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X 1 J ifJ pIuu I y Il4 I It i L TIjicft1 flqublican i- FirieJob Work vi t C DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL TIE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription w 1 per Year f hL VOL XXL JJ HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY DECEMBER I 8 1908 1 No 22I TOBiliE WA RATIFIED Eighty three Farmers Meet i And SayY S Ohio County Held no Meeting so for as yet Learned p By a vote of 79 to 4 tho JJaviess county membeis of the Grexm River Tobacco Growers association on Sat urday ratified the sale recently con summated by the board of control of the organization und arrangements for the delivery wilt et once be made The sentiment was overwhelming dn favor of endorsing tho action of the board of control and thanking the members for their activity In behalf of the association Although the meeting had been scheduled for 10 oclock it did not get I down to business until almost 11 oclock District President Henry S Berry then announced that the tobacco sale which the meeting was to ratify or reject had been made according to samples which were drawn low in or der that the members of the associa tion might have as much 9 tobacco as possIble A statement by Mr Berry that the prices would run in quarters bring Ing9 875 850 825 800 etc caused some discussion some of those chancetolccm1Mr Berry stated that the board had made this arrangement because it knew that if a farmer had J7GO to bacco the buyer would not give 8 and the seller would prefer 750 to 700 Uncle Slm Mullican arose to op pose the ratification oJLthojiale He said that the prices were too low because in 1874 which was a very drj year he sold his crop for 13 cents I all round He said that by this sale he was not getting what lIe did last year For the first time since the sale was consummated the names of the dealers who purchased the 20000 prcelraJglngand 3 to G 6 and 3 was reported The buyers are the American Tobac co company Imperial Tobacco corn pany Giillaher J M Vaughn R E fi OFlInn James Hodge and S T Burns The apportionment of the counties among these buyers is not yet completed Tie points of delivery in Hancock county are Hawesvllle and Lewlsport In Davless county they are Owens boro Whltesvlllo und Curdsvllle in McLean county they nisf Calhoun livermore and Sacramento In Ohio I county they are Fordsvljle and Nar rropvs and dn Brcckenrjdge county the only point is Glendane- fThe opinion seenis to have prevailed in some quarters that the buyers 4 who patronize the auction house would not be in the list of puroha 1 sore of the pooled crqp according to an agreement to either buy unpooled tobacco or poocd tobacco exclusively However President Berry states that the agreement of the buyers p Vas that they would give Up the old auction house and AAtiuli not ride for tobacco It there was any meeting of the Ohio county poolers of the associa tion at Fordevllle It must have been a very quiet affair cs nobody lu TTordbVllle could be reach d by tele phone who knew anything about it but It Is thought that the poolers of 4flat county will make ho objection but yrlll deliver their crop at the points teslgnatedowensboro Jriqulr er Home ViarehopseSeUs 1908 Crop The Green River Equity Warehouse company bas sold all of its pool ved tobacco of the 1908 crop to Mr Ji M Vaughn at prices ranging from 11001 the bestgradooflrtf and lugs down to 5q iQrVondeecript andaf- oraUtrasft It Is ad 1 fable that the fariB era poling with thIs brganizatloii- Bi41 MklhaHdLs and clawlfy the rtbac eQ pwely Iii ordei that the beet re sulta may bV fphUlB 4i And eaca and ever o11e reee4v what lile tObCC i jt Jis tiIIIIw r kwewke n Wi an ttx L ii iNt 4 liPu4 z or11 I tlIf Ji I lri 1 handler of tobacco wilt be the grader The delivortcB iwll begin Immediate ly OWensboro Messenger 3 fl Owensb ro Star to Move The following token from the Ow 9B8boro Inquirer will be of Interest to Quite a few of our readers who were recentlyMnduced to become sub BjCiibcrs to thte new Owcnsboro Republican paper which according to Its traveling representative was estab lished to offset the Influence of the dwensbcrp Messenger I lIt I Downs 6f Livermore made a deal Thursday yhereby he takes charge of the Star a Republican weekly published in Owensboro TJie plant of the concern will be removed to Livermore where Mr bowps will Issue the paper A D McDonald of OWensboro who has been manager of the paper will go to Terro Haute Ind where ho has accepted position II Preston Morton Post At a call meeting of Preston Morton Post Jo 4 G A R Hartford I Ky Dee 12th 1SOS tile follow I ing named comrades were elected I A W Mills Commander G W Bun ger senior Vice Commander V M Stewart Junior Vice Commander J M Bishop Surgeon Louta Gunther Quarter Master J A Bennett Ohap lath Alex Grigby Officer of Day J W Barr officer of Guard G W HUNGER Com J M ROGERS Adjt OTHER CHARGES LIKELY FOR BANK WRECKERS they Obtained Money Under False Pretense an4 Should Be Idicted Additional Indlqtments will proba lily be returned against tho of the two defunct banks Omclalt hero This was made Monday morning when Circuit Judge Blrkhead gave his instructions to grand Jury Ho declare tlAt if t1I members of the Jury did not Indictments upon the offense of ob taming money under false pretenses it would be tile fault of the Jury Judge Blrkaeads strong charge in tills connection is a result of the sensational testimony in the trial of James H Parrlsh at Haweevllle Several witnesses at HawesviUe have testified that officers of the Owens boro Savings Banks and Tjust compaj ny have borrowed large sums money for a short length of time for the purpose of padding their quarterly statements It was on Saturday that Assistant Cashier Ogden of the Owensboro Banking company test fled to Parrish Having borrowed 10000 for ono hour on December i stateImentS oUon 1208 of the Kentucky stat utes If any pereon by any false- Illretense statement pr token with intention to commit a fraud obtain froths another money property ort other things which may be the jeet of larceny or if he obtain by any false pretense statement or toltI en with like Intention the signature of another to a writing the false niaking would be forgery ho shall be confined in the penitentiary notI less than one or moro than five The opinion of tho court of appeals in the action of the commonwealth against Schwartz is interesting in this connection A hunk officer who I by a known false statement of the condition of the bunk obtains H loan of money to his bank whlcn lt las collected for the customer and has In its possession is guilty of the i crime of obtaining money by false pretenses and liable therefor under our statute Tho fact that the possession of the fund was riot obtained by false pre tensfl does not render the officer guiltless under the statute Vhere the title to the property may pass without a delivery of the ppssesslon the crlm is completed if such title Is obtained by the false pretense Judge Birkhead in his Instructions also called attention to immoral re sJrts in OwenatioVo and other crimes He indfcated to the membEiniof the Jury Jthat they should not spend mush time oa the negroes iyhp are cnafjged1 with robbing t a whA caaa In ere ItL wen oroJfe I1ecIard t1t the j1ftman v e49 k om4Mng aeti- eQsL t tw1t1tlHliJllralriO j I1Ia1att rL 1 JiI l I c I 2 1L1 EQUITY TOBACCO HOUSE OPENS And Large Quantities of To 1 bacca Coming In 1 EverybodyfSatisfied With Prices Grading and Treatmet Generally Under the management of tin Impe lul Tobacco Company of Kentucky to whom In has been leased for1 this WarehouseIMonday Announcement of tie open ing bud been made only n few days previous but more than sixty loads of I tobacco were on the ground to bo unloaded Of course it was impossible to dispose of this much tobacco IIII one day hence a considerable amountIof it had to be stored on to bo unloaded the More than one hundred thousand pounds have already betti received Mr Tom Barren Is murjngOTt fort the Imperial Tobacco Company and is giving entire satisfaction to the growers Mr T F Tanner grader and Mr Dudley Ford Chairman of the FJnance committee are present to look ufter the Interests of th4 growers h1i the matter of grading the tobacco fThey likewise are glvjng entire satisfac Von both to tile growers l1udto We comi Slight friction Is caused by reason of the fact that a few growers Whoj desire that their tobacco go in on this sale failed before October 20th the date fixed by the County Union for the closing of tile pooling pledges- to sign same jHbere is only an oc casional party who has failed to sign and now desires to sell this way Teresolutlon Qf thotCounty UnJon ns Interpreted by the Finance Oorri- FiuHtfo makes the rule absolute nud it Is being enforced to the letter so wo are Informed- It is the intention of the Imperial Tobacco Company to redry and re handle here the tobacco being re ceived ffihls arrangement will ex tend the late at which the purchase will be moved from the house to spine time ln the early falland will fur nish employment for a goodly num ber of laborers until that period This arrangement Is much better for tile Hartford people than the arrange meat of last year the tobacco then beIng Lnuled out within a week or If n days after It WitS received It is estimated that fully a million I pounds of tobacco wilt be received at the Hartford house fTftils at the Jestlm ted average price of 750 per hundred will bring the farmers of Ohio county 7300000 This will be a neat little eulu oC money for on ly a portion of one years tobacco crop a goodly amount of same having boon pledged to the new organization 1This pool and sale should fully de to the Ohio county farm ers that tbolr tobacco can be han dIed at homewlth convenient points of delivery at as good profit to them 1as it can ta bundled at any other plca where inaccessible points of deliv ery are provided Had all of Ohio county Canners Joined the Ohio coun ty pool it is more than probable that several paints of delivery would have been provided in which case it would have been even more convenient than delivering at Hartford as under the present arrangement Locals Should Send Delegates IEvery Local Union of the A 3 of E that has ever had an organized existence Is earnestly requested to send delegates to the regular meeting of time county union which will con vn at Hartfprd Friday andSaturday January 1 and2 1969 Let us have the most largely attended county un ion over held S L SPres I Organ for Sale I havo agood Organ which Is not worn by use Will sell cheap Call on or addressMRS J A DUFF 21t4 Beaver Dam Ky Death of Mrs Eula Taylor 1La ioxne o tflna Mrd atocreek JWedDledayt mor lng iHer daU7 e dloiitbe n mr j Ito T7 oj II 1 jG i 7ij Colorado only two wepks ago to pe at her old home among her other ro latives and friends She Was a de vut Christian and a faithful loving dighter and wife Her funeral ser were conducted at Nocreek y v tSrday afternoon by Rev R F Hart tooknJaceRENDER Dec 15Gee Douglas of Cromwell and Tom Meredith of Leltchfleld were hero last Wednesday I 0 Harvey went to Beaver Dam last Wednesday S D Dennison went to Leltchflehl last Wednesday Ira Fulkereon of Paducah and Mel vln L1les of Taylor Mines were here last Thursday v Mrs Deleak Galloway returned to her bpnie in Terre Haute Ind last Thursday after visiting her Brother AJ and Guy Stewart und steter Mrs B W Ietnirs for tho pnst three weskt Jno Carnnhan of Evansville Ind was here Friday- MtssenMay Wul Amlrlo Neighbors Beaver Dam were bore Friday the the guests of Mr and Mrs J L Neighbors Mrsl C Harvey went to Leltch field Saturday illr and Mrs iso S Spence were lu Hartford Saturday Mrs Joe Stowttrt of Horse Branch was the guest of Mr and Mrs Guy Stewart Satuiday and Suudny Mrs Mary M9icor and Mrs Mattle Engleby went to Paducnh Sunday to attend tho funeral of their Brother Win Mercer Mack Allen went to Rosine Sunday II D Jones of Central City was hero Sundny S B Gray of Rusollvilte and Ira Sanders of Fordsvile wore here yesterday Mrs Guy Stewart wont to Horse Branch yesterday Jro Miles of Vine Grove was bore today pp SESSIONik Govenor Willson Sets Rumor At Rest in Written Formal Statement 5I18Go1WHof tic Legislature to consider the county wit bill or any subject which should be legislated lit regular sos slons lie will call an extra ses sion only In case of nn emergency nnd ho says that ho does not con shier tInt because a largo number of people want a thing that of itirelf constitutes an emergency Cow Willson gave out the follow lug statement Somebody asks mo every day and sometimes twice a day whether I am going to call an extra session anti tibia question wns gpln prompted today by a publication indicating tlmt petitions are being gotten up asking the Governor to call an extra session about tho county unit bill I have no idea of oalllng an extra ontoljgencvides for regular Keetlons to attend to measures which are usually brought up for legislation and It does not contemplate calling an extra ses sion except in an emergency The consideration of questions like the emorgencYibutthat is usually and properly consider ed at the regular sessions The do Biro for legislation on such questlops no matter how strong does not con sttute dn emergency Christmas Jewelry and Phonographs If you choose to buy from me come early Xmas shopping will be earlier than usual Trade has begun already in that line I have by far tho best line of Jewelry Watches c that was ever carried in Ohio county I buy from the most reliable houses in Chicago and I guarantee lower prices on the same goods you would buy in the city If you dont find Just what you want In stock I will gladly or der It for you from the latest catalogues of the best houses I also carry a full line ofEdison Phonographs and supplies Including the two and four minute Machines and records Come and tirthern free APPANSl r Il 21i2 t r fiiarttord Ky ijr t jto fr f CONTRACT FOR FIRST THREE MILES Of Grading Out of Madison ville Awarded by MHE Heaviest Work at Moorman Be Finished by May Fifteenth J31sewheie in these columns we re produce an article from the Madison vllle Hustler regarding the completion of the M H and E Railroad InIterestwe also reproduce tie following from that paper It might not bo amiss to remark that many people ofOlilo county are expecting the road to bo built from Mitchells to Hartford this winter AIr Cashew Kuoxvllle Tenn has been awarded the cantrnct for grad ing time first three miles of the M II E railroad out of Madisonville and will commence work as soon as it Is convenient for him to do so The contracts for the remainder of anlfItlQrtY1ofHanson public road where a bridps I pUsllltheeight miles of the M H E rail road from Green River to Hartford on the iMndtsonville end of tIle road has been awarded to Williams Kohler of Knoxvllle who are one of the best known firms III the South They will comine ncp work Imm dir atolywidSiXi Ie1ibU have this part of the work completed in u short timeThe heaviest grade work will be at Moorman and the promoters have given this contract to Eddlngton Grlfftli It consists chiefly of steam ShoVel work amid as the contract Is a large one tile work will not bo fin ished before May loth The backers of the now line have the bridge across Pond river about completed except tho laying of steel Time piers are up and tho maeonry is doneMr H W Warfiold informs us that lOt much work 1il be done during ire winter Ettteon but in the spring tl e living of track will corn mence nd tJiore will probably be several gmps of men hiylng steel at cllKeroit points along the road at the saute time Cofldornble progress has been Indo by time company on time Mitchells division and it wlil not require much more to have this part of the system In condition for tho operation of trains The track can bo laid when favorable weather comes without any serious delays Mddlsouville Hustler Letters Advertised at Hartford Muttlo Barber three Ernifct Bartlat ColITonettBarbie Mrs Lilllo Ward Mrs Hazel Muggan J W Cook J J Audrew John Bailie Fred MurplJ lc extra po tage on above A Change in Telephonedom A force of men employed by the Cumberland Telephone andTJegraph Company Is removing tho exchanges at Hartford and Beaver Darn hereto torn used by that company We are informed by Mr lurk Manager fox the Rough River Telopliorxi Company that his company has leased the lines of the Cumberland Company in and near Hartford and Beaver Dam for a iwlod of fifteen years and that the patrons of the Rough River Tele theIanI iSo per month for residences and 25c per mouth for business houses He claims that this will be a saving tc those who have heretofore boon com polled to keep both phones and that It will give additional and I better ser theIHowever It will be optional with the subscriberS whether or not they pay x1trasflI 11 j fI j distance lines will be connected with the Rough River switch board and Will be used out of Hartford intbd fu ture These lines are much better than the Rough River long distance lines and have always given much better service Death of Clarence M Barnett The sad news of the death ot Clarence M Barnett was received by his friends and relatives In Hartford Wednesday Mr Barnett was a son of David Lowrey Barnptt and Salllo Baird Barnett and was born and raised at Beds where he still has many relatives and friends He has been away from the county for many years He is survived bYa young wife who was Miss Louise Scott and three brothers John L Richard and James M Barnett and two sisters Mrs Rebecca Msrks and Mrs Same Shown Mr Burnett Ias boenfiresid ing at Columbus Miss j iseraIyears and suffered an atfacicrfljap pondlcitis about three months ago An operation was successful but com plication developed which resulted In his death His funeral and burial tool place at Coumbus yesterday Marriage License IThe following llcb so to wed ham been issued since last Friday Dave Johnson Hartford ago IT to Amanda Beck McHenry ago 32 L C Taylor Westerfield age 22 to Cleo Rhoads Westerfield age 21 A J Westerfield Beaver Dam ago 27 to Pearl Leach DurtonIson Rockport age 28 to Emma Shnter Echole age 17 FOR THE BUSY READER Members of the special commission appointed by President Roosevelt to iuvestlgnte farming conditions through out tho United Stnes left Chicago Tuesday fox the East ti r t President Roosevent Tuesday sent to Congress a siyclal meseago on tho Panama canal purchase in which ho roundly scored Joseph Pulitzer owner of the Now York World 0 e The Board of Control of Charitable Institutions will replace time scrub cows at tho three asylums with pure blooded Holstoini The difference in cost is expected to be more than made up by time Increase in milks Tho committee appointed by Gov Hughes of New York to investigate Wall street expects to have its report ready In time for the Governor to avail himself of Its information in ducting his message to the Legisla ture In January At the beginning of the Reelfoot Lake night rider trials at Union City Taint Mtouday Judge Jones announced that he would prepare a list of 300 names for a special venire from which to select the Jury the Sheriff to summon the 300 veniremen to ap pour in court Wednesday morning Tho Hon J C S Blackburn for mer United Status Senator ad now Governor of the Panama Canal Zone I left Versailles Tuesday for Washington where lo will stop beforo ret- urnIngI to Panama Ho confirmed the story that lila resignation from the governorship Is ready at any time If the next Executive thinks that his I Administration would be embarrassed by lila continuing In the office Convict Youtsey on the Street LFranltfort Ky Dec HTho presence on the streets here this morn lug of Henry E Youtsey under life sfftitcnco for the murder of William Goebel created something of a sensa tion and it was rumored that he had been paroled by the Board of Prison Commissioners It appears that Yout sfy came to town in company with a guard to have his teeth examined by a local dentist As his prison re cord is a good one Youtsey does not have to wear striped clothes For Sale Several hundred acres of good farm ling landsknown ns the J P Collins farm distance about two miles from Hartford on tho Hartford and Beaver Dam pike Also residence property In Hart I ford twoetory dwelllnB1c and a halfacre lotfrontnlg the new M H E depot nlte For sand terms apply to W H or B BJjCollinsHart f rdlIy 22tf jo r- b 1 I INTO COUNTYOPfltES sState Inspector Thatcher Plans to Look at Accounts r In Order to Protect the Income pt KentucyElfperts Aid In Gigantic Task A Frankfort dispatch to the Louis 1Ihi Herald taIiI1lestigation o every pubic oftke in the Slater to be Jaunary 1 bas been p1rol21ed by Stale Inzpector and Examindr M H Thntcltor and Auditor Frank P Jaiae The task is conceded to be a big one and Will require many weeks ot close npplicaUon on the part ot the exami- nort3probably necessitating the empty meat ot a number ot expert account ants as temporary adjuncts to the state Inspectors Department For revernl months the State ln- spertor and Auditor have been far from satisfied It the oolldldon whlol1 cursor examiaation of the otfkesO certaIn county OIetals throughout the State tae dteclaed It has been lUlCer twined for one thing tat the revenue laws IJf bees lived up to by tee oUkti ti 10 Batesncom has been Imps It ntry t OULcIt of dohn thereto At present to c Ifi e of a certain crusty oftk1 t e western part ot tan StateU r ivestigatlon of tae Auditors Id it is hinted tIII lea te v t gation la com pliW ttartJq scloeure w11 beat i8tltditor Jataes slid withou- tiPllttrttien he was rtt1s41ed- tl tsueay of to offices are lisatg ootsdneted as hey eaould- be other are ut and wlthla a abort Dane d e XlS to r eIive rap Ma that will opn e eyes of r any ItsOpie at tine State- Gev WUIIoa 1s anoTS these who have ullCeAtJT urpped a complete ax- seeilaatton not only of all of the State depuUDen Wt of all aunty officers In tlio State At this time be baa wader oooaideratlon a plan for a unl- tona Y8tem of eaouDithtg tp be used in aU these departments the same at Mln vrogue in other States Titers is no doubt tin he State Ialtor Mid Examiner ie handicapped by- leek of asiatnee to snake periodical laveatJalatl of toe otficera over the Sills and the Govrnor Intends to urge upon tae next Legislature the im- portante of increasing fttLe help ot thus awpnrtmentWashington Letter Wltb both Loures of congress la lei Mon and both toe President and the PrIdentelect ill the city with the addition of ttree rumeouety attend ad tMportalltaM convention discutte- fsgWMerways forest conservation and sad other matters of cae greatest ua- tfoapl lDporull there tap mueh- to write about tta be main difficulty Is one ot aeleeUon Tee PrdeDt and tM Presidentelect- se k wit knows at the clown 01 friends and wcusink politlal qUetl RnllloIgoutofowa llrilKQ lie la IoHtially te- wel1boJued son of the former al tiougk they are nearythe same age President Roosevelt being less than a- year oker than Judge Tate Ilut so busy bM 1dent Roosevelt been talking and uoldtng and so much oc- CUllltd has Judge Taft been In dining bret1kfutlng and lunching with hie- frlonde and dtscu aiong po3Ucal quos tions with Speaker Cannon and the members ot the Ways and Means Corn mktye that ho and the Presl lenthaeI not been able to spend IL minute together In a few days Judge Tuft will go south to Auguta Ga where he will be Ule guest or a prominent tUld wealthy Southerner and where howihs main n greater part of the IIl105jUnir the tourth om March The he I of course take up a tent POntO resIdence for fur roars at least in the White tfouse whito the Presl dent will crosa the tINS and deserts and plunge into the deptlhs ottile Dark Continent where ItoUtics and visiting delegations will trouble hint no more Judge Taft expressed the belief last entaIthuthorough revision ot the tariff ntI extra session which lie Is pledged to call for tariff reXIMon mmedlately after his lnaugunticn He bares this 101hadmIddle of the week and with the Republican members ot the ways and Means Committee the tollowing day at the resdeece or the Presldents son Inlaw Iirvn Nicholas Longworth IUr- I Taft has not yet consulted Republic an Senators who will no doubt have sOmething to say about the tariff bill er it comes from the House dietmightved teimprlmature ot both the House I and the 43erlate ItUHd not eon fo in with leis vlCWllw a fttHI est- of the fledge mad 1 tf Re kan- p1attormat KhHas9 and by3ikaseif- when be satd in address tlilt wuukee Mr Bryan says there ha bpea ao indication that the revision may not be upward rothct than downward In answer lean y that the party is pledged to a genuine Fevision and as the temPorary heed tit tliattWtyand President of the United States U U be successful in Novembr I expect to use tholnfluence Iiiaveby callin- Immediately a spQdal session and by to Congress to secure genuine and honest revision ot theta Iff in accordance 4PX the lrlncl thefpatiorm based upon the examination of appropriate evidence and impartial as between consumer and manufac tureraThere s doubtless some opposition to Speaker Cannon and ot hie reelse Uon in his own party tn Congress This opposition however Is not as strong and universal as is the feel- Ing In the White House and probably throughout the countO The President as Is well known believes to the present and the future He favors young men In the Army and the Navy and doubUese thinks them should be more young men In Congress He perhaps would ede to such wisdom as may be in the maxim Old men I for counsel and young men for war accprIdIDg tentioa against etMonary stand pet I and retrosreellh teadonmee The Speaker belongs to a put SIItterMlon and the ways of the father and tth4- grtesdfat r t e eld ttie religion Its good enoug for him Teen m no doubt but that tilia Presidenteect Is in lympttJ3 with the PreddQnt both ac to Us Lkee ud dlalikesI though hie temperature Is leas explosive and Le U8 greater patience I more gent L1 and tact than President Roosevelt but It Sa a mistake to suppose his rnaviter In uiodo in any way reUUeS lie tortitel ua reo The speolal Ohtness envoy sent to thank this government tor the return or 110000000 Boxes ladetnnity has sent to tile White House as a present to i Mrs Roosevelt a tiger skin and many i bales of Cuitee ask One way to Keep them Busy I The address cede by James S Sherman before the State Federation of i Womens Clubs suggests a field of- i usefulness for Vice Pres dent They could appropriately attend to nie soelo logical interact or the Administration New York 1CoP- 1dCENTRAL CITY LIQUOR ELECTION ULLOTS STOLEN Votes From Dry Precinct Taken While Judge Was Supper atI ee1tralOOCUnilKO book pace Tte ballot box or tie precinct on tie out side or the olty witch gave a majority of 9S against the sale of liquor In this place and placed tile town in tau dry column by a majority ot 23 with mystertomlyt530 trace of it 1as been found After the vote fwd been certified i Geo Depoystor Judgo of the election locked th ballot bOx In his i room while he went to supper The room woe over a restaurant and a shaft led to it from a store nearby During his absence someone climb ed thIs shaft and opening the win dow stole the box When Depoyster returned about on hour later the box was mllSlng Several parties are suhpectcd and It is thought that some one who was on the wet side is guilty and the deed was colnraltted wIth the idea I inmlldatIedthe ballots They had been cerUn- ed however and thiswill not affect the result except in the case ot a contest It Is undersood that the saloon forces will not contest the- election because the sentiment ot the pops is opposed to this notIon There are three precincts in thIs cIty and In one ot thorn the saloon forces carried sit by a majority ot 45 and the outer wentln their favor by a majority or 1G The votes ot the mIssing precinct gave the vIc tory to the anUsaloon forces Centrul City has had seven sa loons tu one of them lKIS tht its doors leaving but six In operation The lIcense ot the last one expires on Dee Ii 1909 Wont Interest pouitney We nxi be mistalfen knit we feel th- it President Roosevelt becomes editor ot n magazine Poultney Bigelow may as well cut that particular ubUcation Off his IIsttos Angeles tT11nea p t f I i t t j SONfiSJA6ICRE YIVEO A DYING MAN Pretty Story of Wonderfil EfI tact oftliePrfmaDQftUIS Mellow Tones Dr William T Dun nick unto death train cancer tor several weeks ugp in bed ten minutes alter Mrno mtI13 Calve the prima donna had gon through several songs to cheer what she believed was a dying man says a- New York telegram Im going to get well ho said as his face gloW with life He talked and laughs th Itswlte and tl1e doctors who had lIeVed his death was certain We will prepare at once to go to Europe I want to make a trip 3o Germany where I can Jive quietly and fully recover He was a new roan Jibe Voice of the singer had aroused hum from his despair Jt had turned his thoughts In a now direction and rho not only bad hopebe had conviction BullII was almost stnrtihd Tine transfo- nuttion was so straigo they could bard j ly believe what they saw Nevertheless it was roar Dr Dull is fetter ghan lie has been before said Dr Blake who has been In constant attendance on lm 1118 I rheumatism whIch bad complicated bh trouble over the oencerbs gone He nerveI was removed because be groatII Mends believed that ho bad gone thereto die and ho himself bad little ope lie was In that condition when some one mentioned the name ut Mine Calve I woud like to bear her sing again said the stricken man hardly able to turn on hispUow 31tne Calve bad Ion been a frIend of the doctor and his wife and bad visited them otter 1f I heard her sing he continued I believe It would help one Xn Dull ito lad been in constant attendance oh her husband night and I day and bed left blm only at short intervals for sEep sincepa had been In the hotel slipped out leaving th nurses and doctors in charge She went straight to 31me Calve The doctor says itwvould help hIm it you woud sIng for him said 510 I w1H go at once fd the ginger In the meantime Mrs Dull telephoned to the hotel office to have a I Plano moved Into the rooms It was- put In so noleeleeey tt it did not abortIXl e great singer sat at the chino and for more than an lour see treat over all the raOrite songs of the GetananIdoctor loves French ud she sang him many songs In that language Then she sang him some or the poPu21r songs of ae day MIU Calve knos tin all Dy teat time l1e wes sit ting In bed frolfied up by pllows- He ted taken on new life and as Mahe Calve watched tho effect liC suddenly ran off into ragtime and tire patient began to applaud hot By the time she had finished he seemed a ataaged man n hour lat er lie began to take nouriahments like a man who is hungry and does not Intend that gloom shall pervade his sIck room agaIn Oldest Old Maid Mourns Her Sweetheart Almost A Century Miss Carrie MEhome supposed to be the oldest old maId In the world Is lining quietly on a farm near Newark III Miss rnhouse is 105 years old and says she sees no reason why she should not live 10 or 16 years mor says a Newark special If her lire Is extended a decade longer nt the end ot that time she will have mourned 100 years for u sweetheart she rejected when sine was 16 yam old Miss olUhouse was born In Anna Norway In childhood a boy several years her senior was her playmate When she WitS 15 years of age he Pro posed marriage She dId ot believe her love was strong enough so rejct ed trim Ho left me said Miss Milhouse In two or three weeks I rectlzed I was desperately In love with him forIhIm He hud married another girt 1fY heart has been true to his memory aU these years and I would rather to main an old maId than marry anyone elserbf em Mlihouso for 20 years hM lived with her grandneee the wife ot George qualm a prosperous farmerot Newark IlL MIss Milhouse nevell b81- a photograph taken 4 For Sale We have about 70 acres of good farm landon the Harts Ford roadone and half miles from Sunnydale direct I on the M H E It It Good dwelling and out buildings Nice young orchard and abuadsat supply or freestone water 76 acres at DavIdson Station on the Oweneboro branch ot the I Co It It- 60acre tine bottom land will grow 64 or 80 busbele corn to acre 15 acres of rolling land very ferUle Two tine Springs everlasting water bounded on the South by rough Creek Dwelling story and hall eight rooms new located South sin e Clay street Hartford KT Price md terms reasonable BARNETT SMITH agents CASTORIAFor Infanta amel 1irILIThe Kind You Nan lt llt Bears iliaCS General News Kentacl y is known see tte Lad of highbsilr mit hlsfa and oldaeh Toned toddles yet tsfotaasaka oenrtt from the AntiSaooa Its a of Kentucky shows tat ol te llf ohsnttee- in the ooomonwealth there re bat YIoneThis is the conion ytn the State that prodsds m1lkne of gal Ions of whlskey every year ud sspp- 11es a great part of the worlds demand Nearly one m non divorces were granted in the United States Sa the score of years ending tt 196 or those 30GU wese registered la the State ot Kentucky The sales of pooled Tobacco In Kentucky within tile past few weeks by the various tobacco societies is as follows Burley Society 70000000 pounds Green River AssolaUon 20000000 and dark tobacco societies peeneThe aggregate cost to tdle purchaser Is 20000000 and to the consumer 25000000 Treasury bffcllals note that silver dollars are gradually going out of use In the Wet and the South and that their place Is being taken by dollar bills A few years ago It was Q rare thing to see A dollAr bill west or fire Mtsslssfppi River while tn the South silver dollar were far more plentiful than We soft money It seems that the doom ot the sliver dol ar was sounded when the Government decided that it would no longer pay tine freight between subtreesurles md banks on the ootn Thirty Indictments bare been returned at Union City Tenn against the alleged night rIders who murdered Cape Ruukil1 at Reelfoot Lake the latter pert of October A syndicate of produce men lSsald to have cornered 75 percent of tte butter In cold storage A naturalist asserts that it the earth were blrdless men could not inhabit it for more than nIne years All the sprays and poisons In the worldwould be quite inadequate to keep down insects which woud oat up everything The halo which AmerIcan troops COnl1ctslwithand which tIle American soldier has learned to dread Is to be adopted by the American troops ot the machine gun companies ad muotaln batter- Ies under a general order recently issued by Gnral J Franklin Dell chief of start The bolo and sheath will be worn by each enlisted man suspen ed from the waist line or the left sid For a machine gun company the bolt and revolver will constitute the arms for fields service und when worn wlll replace the rifle now carried They Should Send for Loeb The InternatIonal Court ot Arbitration will help the Kaiser out or hIs dii- ficulty with France Unfortunately there Is no Hague Tribunal for Relch- stagssPhiladelphia North American I Teddy will Revenge Them Itissad thattbecannibal trIbes tAfrica have eaten no less than 2764 mIssIonarIes during the last hundred years Well Roosevelt is going over there now Africa will get hersHoes ton Post Goy WILLSON HAS NEW NAMESAKEI Kentucky Father HIS Penchant For Christening His Chidren After Great Men Gov Willson has a namesake nqd Augustus E Wilson plays with TJte dore Roosevelt and Charles Warren Falrbcekc the brothers ot the newest nfl carry the names dl the Presdent and the VIce Ptlesfdeni- Should nether boy i rive it ls pro bablo that the yougster will be name William Howard Tart The Governor was pleased when ho received a let tr from th proud lather notifying Mm- ot I the arrival ot the baby und the name given U GoY W1JIson will write to the President anti tell bum about the Republican family which has so many mustrious names intTae letter to Gov Willson announe tag to him that ho has a new namesake IoIUws Mr Augustus E V11sonDeer SIr It s with pleasure that 1 wrlte you tsc e few nEe to toll you about your tore i tsate I Imve three of the 1 lost Rpnbficans the State can fin- dPe okkw one 4 years old is Theo secondIxwney IIIId tUltd born November 2 is AuU1toS EWl11son MlKenney- Ceterner can the SlIae of Kentucky best Ws dot the Repubican party I met Tun to 1IMEe gOO theca little names to ProsYeBt Roosevelt VIce PresiIMy beet w4abas Is JVU phi Mr- AttSaKns E WINeon Notice Notice is hereby given thAt the undersigned will on Monday January 4th 1909 apply to tile Hon W D Tay lor Judge of tlIe Ohio county Court for and move said Court to make nn order appointing three commissioners for the purpose ot reapportioning or Justices districts In Ohio county agreeable to Kentucky Statutes sec tlon 10S2 This November 12th 1903- R I D MARTIN C P KEOWN T JONES Shake off the grip of your old- enasn3 asal Catarrh by using Elys Cream Balm Then will all the awe flag and soreners be driven out ot the tender inflamed membranes The fits ot sneezing wilt cease and the dts charge as offensive to others as to yourself will be stopped when the causes that produce ft are rempved Cleanliness comfort and renewed heat by the use ot Cream Balm Sold ball druggists for 60 cents or mailed lIy Ely Dros 5G Warren Street New York CA STORLEAB- etra thelii Kind Yon Nara uwars BoulJ- dSJgutuo 1o-r Defeat Has Its Compensation j Former Queen Il1Iuokaant is comini back with her clam to Hlwalllln crovI itovato clUzensOldcago RecordHerald Hour of LlnCOlns Arrival atIFords Theatre I am Indebtedafter Having inter vIewed every dlEcovrnble urvlvor ot the audience at Fords Theater that fatefulGood Friday night and being told that the presdentilal party arrive at 830 Bit 900 at 930 and at all times betweento ellr George C Maynard for t definite statement Mr M1ynard then ot the War ffele- grapla Office and now ot the Nationat keepinghisot the Idng playbill of that night he made a note ot the poInt in the play at which Mr Lucioln came la and wrote down the lines being spoken as the pre1dentlal party entered the box Florence TrencIYtrd was trying to ten a joke to Dundreary whoor course did not sees It I Cant yoti see It she said No I cant see itlie assured her Just then Mr Lincoln entered the state box of the upper righthand side Hof the Louse and Miss Keene catch everyIthe box And orchestra struck up- I Hall to the Chief the audience cheered and tin Play was at a standstill for a mInute t promptbook dent ocoura lads In the first set- whelater W Wth lame in Miss KeoMevet lgn J v beam unable to learn butf probapiy WM igouhl fir tbe tdmeot bar L1ncolnsit t entrance at about UsKpiwr eightor II quarter to nine iEDSV I aSPECIALOFFERi 1faa I ea1 xw H4rGA1ifW ww- mMe1o r our perwneerweteaee hamUYelIOI aostunrScxe TO rlaase- Vfe todark Mentkn this Paper 3 vnSEND 10 CENTS Ieota poolAJ d pellr ma neda ibis TaJja t d4 eaw nA I i Boa1tneNtH WIILLu1JG WtBxtotutrja j THE VERY BEST otIHave any of our readers seen are cent copy of the Cincinnati WeeklyI Enquirer If not it will pay to 11 send for a copy if for no other pur l pose than to note its present great 1 worth as an educator in all things that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest place on earthThe editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improve ments and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs ofa family and a material aid to father mother and childrel in reaching that level in social life where Content and comfort reigns supreme Father obtains ample information that guides in the where when and how to regulate and increase the income from his efforts The mother in management of household affairs practical economy government of children and other duties that makes her toil t labor of loves Childrens minds and fare freed from thoughts of questionable amusements fri vollttes of life and encouraged to emulate all that is helpful in plan ing for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being thatf As are our Homes so will be the Com munity State and Nation A most desirable help isn non sectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell n fordbl reminder of the spiritual and tern tf poral rewards gained by righteous living as preferable to a Godless life that brings nought but misery to the home Other departments and features are above the ordinary the unani mous verdict of its readers being If The cleanest and best family Weekly known to them Sample copies may be had by writing to the ENQUIRER CoawANY Cincinnati O 1 What Would You Do If three good physicians should pronQunco your case hopeless If they should decide that you could not live longer than six weeks 1d iiif A should get well after using only 1200 worth of Dr Miles Heart Dure and Nervine what would you adviso a friend in like con dition to dol y eLvingmrcontinued with the doctor unttt the previousones takenhomeher time which would not be over S herhomeNervlnemight PillsandWe soon seen an Improvement and I glrngrhobottles In allot the medicine She 1thehave ben for H years REV P UILLIOAN tlenda Springs Icans J rourfaUIh F Miles Medical Co ElkhartIli1- F J T1YE flGfl GR IERCl lSCtOY JiI Rif Of THFCoRMEROLU DRANCNFSINCLUDEE FLEG UflfJ huger REAUI1 L Tu86UESLESSONS by OGR1 DUATES IONSeWRITE now ADDRESS BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS UNIVERSITY D A1DoU wpNeEr I IlL 1 J 1 X t 1 Jfu + t tf F e 3 a d tS rr 1 V Ito t r j P r Ifj Il k tLI or C Ii f y0 A rrry zn j IfTOBACCO 11 1SOGIETlFORMEU I 1 dt i 4 For Purpose f Controlling TtieJEntire Output 1 1 C N r 1 Burley Society Only a Br nCh1 Kentuckian Named as President 1e s formattonci1 In the wrld wa jelfccted Inst Thurs i a day says the Loulfcvllte Herald when meu tcpreeeniiug a tobacco growing States o Iplo11lnent met In the tjulsvlle formed the Union Tolacoo if Society an institution wluxii will eeefc I to pool the tobacco output Df to o entire country awl ihtoti will deal wit ft 11 the American TobAcco CouijHiny and j I 7 Independent buyers as ft unit J In this successful lunching of this i society of which tha Kentucky Burley Society formerly the wrest organiza itiJ tion of Its kind in existence becomes only a part th4 most advanced step ft i unionizing the farmers for the success I k ful sale of their products was taken t Provided the new society approaches the degaree of success attained by tir ffI Kentucky Society Its sale of tobacco 1 In the future will make all former y transactions seem diminutive and will establiehd a rcord in the ordinary coo nels of trade without parallel r rAfter several hours of conference the various men present re presenting a large majority of the tobaccoglowing Interests of the coun r try announced that the society had I been successfully launched brat its work would be for the purpose of pro t tooting and preserving the Interests of I the farmer Immediately afterward a special committee was appointed to map out plans for the opening operations of the big society to draft constitution and bylays and to outlive plans for secur ins pledge foa great 1909 pool whlcJ f tris to contain the entire output of the seasonAn election of officers was held mid the following were chosen 111 O Hughes BowlIng Green Presl dent J S Doss Greenville Kjv Secretary H C Helsey of Hails boro Mich Clarence LcBus of Cynthlana Ky and H F Ray of Lake Ind were chosen as a Board Ofl Directors which with tho executive fleers will constitute tie lelslatlve Ui ttf of the newbody to direct the affairs society in its infancy The members of the directorate are men who have had lifelong experience ocl alIIIdentifiedOf special pleasure ere of the state Is the selection of Clarence LaBus President of the Ken tucky Burley Society who was the leading figure in the big sale success fully concluded a short time ago 4 when the Burley Society sold three 1 fourths of Its 1906 and lW7i pooled crop to the American Tobacco Company for 12000000 W C SDcChord Chairman of the special committee on constitution and bylaws which also will form the first J operations of the society In the way of pooling Is a member of the Legislature from Washlngto c county and was the author of the MoCord tobacco bill Introduced at the last session of the Legislature ti Formany years 3Ir flllcCord has been a prominent worker for the tobacco g growing Interests D L Pendleton o Winchester his follow committeeman fls a prominent young lawyer of the I State Ttoo significance and magnitude of the society termed is without parallel In the annual of the State aa a tobaccoproducing sections Its organization Is taken to Indicate the dawn of a new era in tobacco affairs and tho work is will essay is of i stupendous character All tobacco growers of tho entire country will be 4organized In tie various districts ac cording to plans with special view io ward having growers of each particu lar kind of tobacco In societies of j e their own The products of nil will be pledged JfY to one great pool and negotiations for j its sale will bo carried 1on only 1 through the one official body ot tlio j national organization Inspectors and graders will review the products I i each year and adujet prices whIch wit a bo compared and with other t r products of the poetater whlohi the various prices will bo given to ail l buyers k At the conclusion of con- ferencet the departed fir their reepectlVB 11 mea immensely satisfied with the workt4I r had eeomplished- frjey til that the new society wwn lie one outs greatesrtj orgahlza lops ever fo d tbatftii rresults will be hi lit repaardCoytile tr er- saAagaxlil1 e laf Good Ckeer li rijvftie tsnlque edi l v1a t- t 1 The Modesty of Women Aahlf ally Makes them shrink from the Indelicate Questions the obnoxious exI qnilnatlons arid unpleasant local treat which some physicians consider essential In tho treatment ot diseases wpincn Yet if can bo hlldjlt IsI better to submit to this ordeal than the disease grow and spread The Its that so often tho woman und gocs all tho announce and fharao for nothing Tho nds f women who have Wen cured ux Dr threes FaVorlto PrescrIp- tIon In of the cUrs which dlsjJBMiSSthh the examinations and local treaimeiiiSs ThereJs no other mrdlelna 5 o l1rf Prl 1r Pt f1f IQ women as Vavorlto Prescription It cures debllI tatlng drains rregu arty and femalo weakness It always helps It almost always cures It is strictly nonalcoholic non secret all Its ingredients being printed on its bottlowrappcr con twins no deleterious or habitforming drugs and evtr native medicinal root entering Into Itscomposltion has the full endorsement of those most eminent In the several schools of medical practice Somo of those numerous and strongest of pro fesslonal endorsements of Its Ingredients will be found In a pamphlet wrapped around the bottle also In a booklet mailed free on request by Dr E Vo Pierce of Buffalo N Y Theo professional en dorsements should have far more weight than any amount of tho lay or nonprofessional testimonials Tho most intelligent women nowaday moist on knowing what they tako as mod icine Instead of opening their mouths like a lot of young birds and gulping down whatever is offered them Favorite Prescription Is Of KNOWN COMPOSITION It makes weak women strong and sick women well Dr ilerces Medical Adviser Is sent Jrc on receipt of stamps to pay mailing only Dr R expenseo Buffalo 21 onecent stamps for pa rcovered or 81 stamps for clothbound chllrgebysacredly Dr Pleasant Pellets Invigorate and regulate stomach liver and bowels of the Circle magazine which is not a new magazine but onethat la tak- Ing a new gripon the public It Is worth spreading broadcast To show that beauty and honor an kindness and joy haves not vanished from off the face of the earth nor out of tho hearts of men to recog nize and exploit the good In social business and public life to find in Individuals and in families tile secret of the life worth living and then tell these secrets to other individuals and families to search out and tell in simple direct language Vfce romans of self sacrifice of noble endeavor of high achievement of devotion to oth ersnot forgetting the humble and obscure while admiring the brilliant and famous to Epread the contagion ol good until men and women and little children in every great city and every remote hamlet shall be caught in the eJidcmlc to come close to the hearts of these men and women and little children and draw them If we may close to us in mutual sympathy and helpfulness to encourage and Join In their work and their play to pro vide stories and music and pictures and fun to arouse enthusiasm to awaken ambition to guide this enthu slasm and this qmbltion into practical worthy successful efforts to be it magazine that loves and is proud of tho people both in city and coun try in mansion and cottage in high position and at the work benoh and that shall win the lovo and pride ot these people In returnthis is 1he Circle plan Where Bullets Flew David Parker of Fayette N Y a veteran of the civil war who lost afoot at Gettysburg says The good Electric Bitters have done Is worth more than five hundred dollars to me- 1 spent much money doctoring for a bad case of stomach troubled little purpose I then tried Electric Bitters and they cured me I now take then ue a tonic and they keep me strong and well COc at all druggists in In Memory- On last Thursday morning Dec 3 one of Gods angles visited the home ot lirr and Mrs John W Thomas and clamed for Its own little Anna Ma the pet of the Lome aged 13 months and 22 days She leaves a father mother four sisters and one brother besides a host of friends to mours lier loss Itwas verylmrd togive her up the lit tIe darling but God knbws best and his will not ours be done and re member dear parents and little sis ters Anna btajj Is only asleep in Jesus and elms will bo with other loved ones watching and waiting for us on the other side Then let us so live that when our summons comes to join that Immortal throng we may be as white and pure as little Anna May Weep npt dear ones for Anna Olay She has only gone before And tf we will only trust and pray Well1 meet her on the other shore IAFRIEND v Had a Close Call Mrs Ado L Groom the well known proprietor of the Croom Hotel Vaughn Miss kEys For several months suffered with a severe cough tI consumption seemed tonave its grip on me when a friend recommend dDr Kings New Discovery rbe gan taking It and three bottles fJdaccmplete cure Thjsfnme of this life saving cough and cold remedy an J lungand I throat healer Is worldJwlde idlit alhdruggists60cy nd Viob r141 1otUettree r x- r f LIw I h j I S Ot 5097825 LOSS FROM FOREST FIRES In West Virginia Alone Dur ing the Year 89640 Expended In Effort to Suppress the Destructive- Conflagrations The unprecedented destruction this season by forest flrrca in West Virginia has called the attention of the people as never bfore to the neces sity of better protection to woods and watersheds says Hu Maxwell chairman of the West Virginia Conservation Cot mission The relationship between denuded mountains and floods is bet ter understood than formerly and the problem of a future timber supply has ceased to be a question for academic discussionEvery one of the 55 counties had one or more fires eome being small and spreading through a few woodlots only others converiug more than 60 000 acres The areas burned aggregat ed 1700000 acres approximately one fifth of the wooded areas of the state Timber bijrned amounted to more than 943500000 feetbrond measure about 3 per cent of the entire estimated standing timber large and small in the state or twothirds of the output of all he sawmills of Wes Virginia In 1907 Money losses were heavy The vaue of Umber burned was 2903500 The loses in manufactured lumber tanbark building and other improvements amox ing to 490175 This year there was an unusually heavy damage to under growth and soil and this hits been placed at one dollar an acre for every acre burned making a loss of 1703 850 in the state These losses total up to 5097825 The reported ex penditures by tho state and individuals for fire fighting from nn Interesting contrast to the les of more than 5000 000 The amount which county treasuries and companies are reported to have spent to suppress fires was only G4G Individuals and companies are rt ported to have spent about 89000 The Injury to the soil from fire was much more severe this season in West Virginia than ever before not alono because the burned area was lar ger than in any former years but also for the reason that excessive dryness exposed the humus to a greater depth Ground fires have been unusual here tofore In this state but this sea son they were common and widespread Two human lives were lost in tile fires The mountain people fought fires In the past whom they fought at all by raking tile leaves and sticks from u lrelac two or three feet wide and back firii g That method felled this year Fires crossed the lanes by burning tie humns beneath the surfnc and then started up on the farther side Tie fires burned EO deeply in the humus that an annual phenomenoi was presented who a snow fall come in ovember The snow apparently extinguished the fires but it went away quickly under the Influence bf a strong dry wind and the fires came up and out of the ground and were soon spreading again 1 saw an interestlg example of this In tie morning the snow in the wood was two Inches deep and no fire was to be seen Before sunset the snow was gone and the leaves Were burn- Ing Large tracts of land on the high mountains were demudcil of soil down to the rocks Over much of the area where the Ptlsvllle Conglomerate Is the surface formation there never was much mineral sol Beds of moss lichen leaves and decaying wood form ed a covering for the rocks which gay anchrago tot he roots of the forest trees Over extensive tracts soils of that kind were absolutely destroyed I A Healthy Family Our whole family has enjoyed good health since we began using Dr Kings New Lifo Pills three years ago says LAp Uet of RuralRoute 1 Guilford Majne they cleanse and tone the system it a gentle way that toes you g 25e at nil drug gists rmBEAVER DAM Dec dThe protracted meeting which has been In progress at the Baptist church for the past sixteen days closed Wednesday night The rid dition to the church members about forty besides quite a number of con rests who have nat yet undted with any church The services were con ducted by the pastor Rev A B Gard nero Sir Payne of Calhoun is visiting Ms sister SSP Taylor and his lithe daughter Mary Elizabeth Payne dauphtelsadter fyslted In Rbc esler Yaet n eek- IEissgva Ta3loripfCeoterthtnIS hegueatsAp1 M 0- e 2 1 V h- ti YorISfk C C Coots McHenry spent Sun day with his sister Mrs R T Tay aTiiecaught fire Wednesday morning but vfts quickly saved by the use of fire extinguishers tTIo cause was a He fectlv3 flue Mrs Joseph Foster is on the sick list this week I Master Willie Williams sustained slight injuries In falling from a coal car Tuesday He is improving rapidly grass Kittle RJUoads spent Saturday and Sunday in Greenville the guest of Mrs D Ml Keliey Would Mortgage the Farm A farmer on Rural Route 2 Em pire GnW A Floyd by name says I had two of tho worst sores I ever saw one on myhand and one on my leg It is worth more than its weight In gold I would not be without it If I had to mortgage the farm to get IL Only 25c at all druggist m Must Have a Pitchfork and Fire Alarm By the way the elchstag talks back to the Kaiser there must be a Tillman anjKa Foraker in tSt Louis Post Dlspatoh THE NEW M H E RAIL ROAD Grade Is Almost Completed East Of Hartford and Track Will Be Laid soon Mr R W Warflold of Hartford resident engineer of the M H i E R Rr Companytold a representative of the Hustler while he was lp Madi sonvllle the other day that the company would finish the grading be tween Hartford and Mitchells this month which would finish all tho work of tills character on that dlvisloi of the road Tho distance fromHart ford to Mitchells is 35 miles and It will be easily seen that much hood way has been made on tills new road that will mean a connecting link for the L 8 N railroad Grading between Hartford and Aladd Bonville will commence humedlatelyI and Mr Warfield says that It will be finished by May 1 Tracklaying will commence as soon as tile grad ing Is completed and the promo ters are confident that trains will be running Into thIs city by midsummer or by fall at the latest It is 58 miles from Madsonvillo to Hart ford and the road will have a total mileage of 98 mles This new line When completed will traverse a splendid agricultural ter ritory and one that abounds in coal It is understood that several mines will be opened along th road and stations established at different point to be selected by the management Railroad shops will be located In Madl sonvllle for tho repair oldie equip ment of the company and the roll- Ing stock used in the operation of th line will bo modern and with a view of giving the public tLC best of serviceThe rails used In the construction of tho road will be ofheaovy material and the promoters will make efflcl cncy and satisfactory service their chief aim In tie operation of the road when it is ready for operation Madisonville Hustler Looks Like less Majeste The Chicago Tribune also reckons President Eliot our foremost citizen TIle verdict seems unanimous Bosto Herald O STOBIA I Bean theiha Kind oiiHava Always Bought Blga4tareof aPointed Paragraphs Fine leathers make expensive hats A fight for right Is never wholly lostA receipt for pew rent is not a sport to heaven The man who leads must expect sonu stubs In the back The man who has never experienc ed trouble can nevr appreciate Joy Faith may etumUlo ln the dark but doubt will tumble In broad daylight Tuere are some people who think they cutting cross lots to heaven Riches may buy Immunity 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Prices and We Guarantee to Save You ji Money on All Good Honest Wont = A 4000 Shorthand Contest The greatest contest the world has ever known and CHARTER students finished 172 words AHEAD of all others proving to bo the GREATEST WRITERS in tile U S The fourth week they wrote 72 words a minute new matter the eighth week proved equal to Civil Service exam ination and at the close wrote from 180 to 200 words a minute newspaper matter and read their notes like print Twelve weeks is the average time to graduate with this modern system Enroll nowlearn the best Shorthand Bookkeeping and Shortcuts in figuring Positions guaran teed Day and night sessions CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 937 anfrl025 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky 1 ii fc5 sy sr j1 F s r ft i Jjori J i t r I 4- S J J Haitford R puhlicaria- tr4 atCOrdID to lawst thPo 3oete 8arttordC emdl matter of the scont duC BARNETT EDITOR zsazapsbtrxsQ- umbsasfd 40 ouch 31VzzaFRIDAY DECEMBER IS i REPUBLICAN TICKET For RepresentaUveW S Dean For Circuit ClerkE G Darrass For County JudgeR It Wedding For County ClerkW S TinsleY For County AttorneyC E Smith For Sheriff T H Black For AssessorDernnrd Felix For School SuptHenry Leach For JaUerW P Midkiff For SurveyorC S 3toxley For CoronerDan W King We had hoped that the DrownsvJl episode had been clofd but It seems to have broken out afresh It has prettythoroughly settlEd that President Taft and uncle Joe Cannon will not engage in a poUt cal war for encouragement of the Democracy Old Santa Claus will find our stocking hanging out nt the same old place It Is true it w1l hats apiece of twine tied around the lower end in order to prevent loss through thr hole which the panIc has created but otherwise It Is In good condition and more spacious than heretofore Since Kentucky MS Republican Governor the Hartford Herald favors establishing a Pardon Board to whom application for pardon should be made and by whom a pardon should be granted or refused Like nmny others of Its kind the Herald would be glad to see Republcan officials deprived of practcally all their constitutional prlvleges Joe Blackburn says he Is ready to resign as Governor of the Canal zone If Taft wants hint to A quarter million Kentucky Republicans would no doubt lute for him to write the document not because there would be an opportunity for any of them to land the job nut of all Democrats Joe Dnckburn Is t1J last that Kentucky Republicans want In offIce under a Republican Administration He has fought Republicans harder and said more mean things about them than any other man In the State Some months ago we announced that we xpected to make this paper n- TwlceAWeelc visitor to our subscribers after tile first of Jan 1909 At that time we had no doubt that the new railroad woulll be In oPflationl to Hartford giving us better mall facilities and otherwise placing us In posI tion to nuke a venture of this kind a financial success The completion of the railroad has been delayed and in consoquenco wo will have to delay our Improvemenet for a few months at least We assure our readers how evertlrat we stUt have In contempla tion this addItion to our paper and expect to make the change just as soon as conditions wl1 warrant In the meantime the prpesent make up of the paper will be kept up to tile hlghest standard for a country weekly and we shall have nn eye sIngle to the wants and tastes of our readers and friends at all times Certainly no one can deny that the American Society of Equity lies been a benefit to the farnnrrq of Ohio county and tncidently to the merchants and every professional man In the county ThIs being true why should the interests of the society be allowed to drag or zeal of the mmnbers to die out In the flush of victory we should not allow the camp fires to go out nor should we be come intoxicated with the fruits of our victory to a degree that will deaden our senslbllty to the danger from the enemy Vlgelance I the price of liberty W the friends ot the AmerIcan SocIety of Equity In Ohio county reorganize every local union which has gone to sleep and place a now one In every locality where one bas not exalted heretofore Let tui see to It that thesociety has 3000 members In Ohio county before mid summer iA plan of action shoudi be agreed upon and every roan who has the cause nt heart should be willing to give Homo of his time to the work The editor ot this paper expects In a shot time to be able to offer his ser vIces and to go into overt part of Ohio county In nn effort to renew and build up the organization stronger than over ociaO- ne l Club of tthe most uniquo entertainments over glen to Hartford was enjoyed by the members of the Social Club Wednesday 16th at tte attractive home of Mrs Z Wayne Griffin J A t i a- Mrs Orilti iMrs W1ILta e ester taia4ag Ttef nLVgan with toQ first coteet ever oo oe1Vable etunlt w s- worrying iho fertile bruin or these Versatile ladtes and they kept tbel guests oW the qui VtlV6 from etart to finish Sing talking walking blindfold and many others Nine Lida- Mortetw Was Igo fastest walker Mrs Glenn the greatest talker and 3lrs Holbrook and Mrs Vicksrs each Te- celved a reward of merit in the sew- Ing contest A delightful two course lunclcon was served tem 4tng- bchh to slg tt and tute Thre new members were cordially receivedSo another brilliant success has been scored for itb Social Club and e9- member ch fgels that It was a social prlv lUge tarave been present Sunday SchoolConvention Of tbs Roort Magisterial District to be held at Render on Sunday Dee 20 9108 from 1 to 3 P m 100DevoUonal Exercises aI60bJect of the Meetingby President S A Reynod ant re- Port from all District OfflClt- I13oWhy have S S Conventions E W Ford County President 14oThe Needs and a report of my Schoolby all officers and teach ers present 2GoThe Winter Schoolby Rev Jas T Casebie- r215Questlon Box We hope to have Rev T C Gebauer to answer all questions put to him 23oElecUon of officers and offer- Ing 245Toplc and speaker to be assigned later Land Sale for Taxes Dy vertue of taxes due nie the Sher ltf of Ohio county Ky I will on Monday January 4 1909 expose at public sale at the courthouse door In Hartford the following lands or so much thereof as tnay be necessary to produce the sums required viz- CRO31WELL PRECINCT Dorsey Mrs Lula 60 acres 525 Green lRtlIe E 60 acres 745 Stevens Joseph A 8 acres 415 Stevenss James heirs 150 a1270C- OL SPRINGS PRECINCT Drown C R 100 acres 1745 Bowling Dave 40 acres 520- CumpfledMrs Cynthia 1 acre 306 SELECT PRECINCT Butler A F 120 acres 1468 Butler A F Guardian for Jesse Howard 100 acres f15 Baize Walton 4 acres 415 Havens F 31 g acres 440 HORSE BRANCH PRECINCT Bailey Alonzo 100 acres 520 Burden John 4 acres 360 Keown T J 8 acres 488 Lawlace W L 1 town lot 515 Mlller J W 239 acres 1527- ROSINE PRECINCT Ashley H M 1 acre 488 Ashley J 31 40 acres 629 Austin A V 3t acres LS- 7Autry Manstord107 acres 630 Drown T H 50 acres Ci30 Clark J M 75 acres 629 Embry E D 21 acres 360 Edwards G T 20 acres 215 Goodwin J D 30 acres 14- 2Igeheart J T by JW Brad ley 1 town lot 520 Morrs D 1 town lot 52 0 Monroe JH 40 acres G2- Hnmmons L M 50 acres 461- iPRENT1S PRECINCT Frlzzel A A 47 acres 731i Hudnel L J 109 acres 1220 ARNOLD PRECINCT Dean W T 172 acres 1050 Embry Jett CiO acrest 57- Petyon J A acres 7l0 Smith n I 12 acres 320 Stratton J A 116 acres 96- Snodgrass Mrs Elizabeth to acre 30C E FORDS VILE PRECINCT Poole C W 12 acres 390 Slnnett Joe 2 acres 28- IV 5 FORDSVILLE PRECINCT Fant Ratcliffe 1 town lot 630 fagan G H 120 acres 73 5 SHREVE PRECINCT Matthews F S 12 acres 51 2 AETNAVILE PRECICNT Rhoads L M 11 acres 42- OlJATON PRECINCT Coppage Hurlah 2 acres 530 NARROWS PRECINCT Powers Mrs M E 365 acres 157i Wimsatt W A 2 town lots 950 HERBERT PRECINCT Crowe J w 100 acres 47 0 IInmiltonLawrence 40 acres 63 Hamilton Moseley 120 acres 16M Payne Mrs Mallnda 30 acreS 281 Payne Frank IS acres 41- 1Renods Adair 1 town lot 621- lIAGAN PRECINCT Hall John Y 30 acres 39 Johnson Lizzle 17 acres G41 Whitehouse J A 5 acres 34C Tanner Ml1ck 40 acres 52- IIARFLF1rS 0 PRECINCT Huff J A36 acres 3ql Martin Mrs Sallie 105 acres 631 HEFLIN PRECINCT Southerland Mrs Etta 108 acres 4S RALPH PRECINCT GrOr S J 54 acres 63 Greer S M 58 acres 61 Hamilton J H 52 acres 27 Miller 31is Phobe A 60 acres 31 Whittaker D F 30 acres 37 Westerheld J A 70 acres 12S E HARTFORD PRECINCT tForeman L P 200 acres and t- tx c4 i baae fow3fT t Li74t1- Oritfin Wfi tea f B ld Hull W L 9 egrea 4a6 Jones R T2acrese 415 610rNelson tl D 24 acres iC36 CROMWELL RECJNCT Arbuckle Logan helrS 00aereL 520- SELEGT PRECINCT te Butler 09 i5 acres J it415 w HARnoJtri PRECJNcT King Danlol itownI t j 1f1 20 King John T 1 tows lot 45 Mhrtln W H1 town lot 7745 Rogers Miss Nettle 4 town Iota 2270 Tweddell R Le 1 town lot416W- hite G W 1 oV i lot 680 NONRESIDENTS Baltzell Henry 24 acres 625 D lzeA1towwn lot 655 Baize Lula 48 acres I 306- Green J M 70 acreSco 650 Pritchett Owen 2 town lots 306 Simmons W H 63 acres 340 Sharp Duck 50 acres i 360 Smith Jack l town lot 840 Williams WrT 4G acres 620 SULPHUR SPRINGS REOINclr Field n It A 52 acres 730 Hines Harry SO acres 65 Tucker T H 35 acres ii70 Wedding C L IOQ acres 736- WrJghL James H 124 acres 1210 Farmer J W f5 acres 415 Duke Robert SO acres 785 Fitzhugh James 140 acres 1920 E BEAVER DA3I PRECINCT Stevens Mrs Idelln 10 lots 890 Sowders J n 23 town lots 415 Sowders W R 12 town lots 415 W BEAVER DAM PRECINCT Armstrong G W 1 town lot 840 Baird R P 1 town lot 600 Carter R 0 1 town lot 465 Mason I S 1 town lot 890 Maddox Mrs Carrie by A K Miller 1 town lot 840 Stewart H C C M15 acres 730- 1Taylor Mrs L C l25 acres 1370 R P 1 town lot 890 N ROCKPORT And tson Virgil 48 a land Same I town 1q 2015- Bratcthr J D 1 town Iq 670- Culbertson J J 1 town lot 625 Donahoe Fred 1 town lot 520 Heck Mrs Nannle P 1 town lot 680- Lnndnlm It i1 1 tnWllJ lOt 60- Oiler J T 1 town Lot 5II5- Roark Ctarlle 2 a land 670- Tllford 3Irs Lydia 2 flown kks 415 Tllford Ed agent for J wm Mines 1 sawn lot 520 Williams L O 1 tciwn let 625 Williams J G 1 Gown Lot 2065 Williams Mrs Florence 1 town lot G2i- KeCIl Alc agent tar Tersle Brown 1 wn lot 465 S ROCKPORT Denton J T 1 town lot 625 Bennett G H 1 a land 360 Fulkerscn AL 69 a land 850 Groves Wm P 300 It land Same 1 tGlIu lot 2370 Robertson P A 2a land 520- Seuthards T R 90 a land 810- WllooX dirs Emery D 132a land 840 wnuams Cyrus 3a land G70- lcHENRY Butler Esill 2a land 462 Deno Geargec 1 flown lot 440 Everly Atney agent for T J 0Small 1 town lot 625 Huh lsolJi Mrs Anna 1 town lot 465 Milliken Charles 1 town lot 625 I Render E F agent or David Chrlstlflll 1 toWll lot 625 Smith Mrs Eliza 1 town lot 625 I CENTERTOWv Hill II J 1 Sa land Ci20- Rowe M 31 1 town lot 545 SMALLHOUS I Addington Smithy and Morton 1 town lot 415 Dolton Felix agent for 18R Stearsmarr SOa land 465 Eaves Harvey and Bell Ed Cleaver agent 1a laud 465 CERALVO BlsapMrs Marha 63a land 465 POINT PLEABANT- Coltman A D ngeni far J Di Dexter 21n land 306 RENDER I Dowell Mack 1 towel lot 385 Gaddis Sam SOn land 625 Reweer John 3a land 360 WakelantJ David W l town let 680 COLORED LIST 0 E HARTFORD I Darrett Henry col 4a land 470 i HintS Daniel eel 1 town lot 360 i Hines Steve eel 1 taww let 330 i Null Ed eel 2 torn lotJ 360 Parks C H coq 1 town lot 465 Parks Burr col 1 town lot 340 1 i Render Buncbtan col 1 town I lot 520 w HARTFORD Tlchenor Ed co1 1 town lot 415 E JIEAVER DAM Derry Wee col 1 toWn lob 840 Hunt Mrs S eel la Oand 360 6 Sproule C 31 Cool 2a land 760 Thomas Anderson 001 1 town 0 lot 576 W BEAVER DAM iBQ8WeU Sant la land 62 5 0 iICIIENRY 0 Jackson Nelson 1 U1WJ lot3850 7Bennett6 R D MARTIN S O c J i j HARTFORnEOtEfiE Third Tfrin Opens Jxn41909B- oard t 2S0 atid27S per Week classesw11boSpeclat organized In all common school branches for the benefit ofteachers and those preparing to teach Classes Will be organized In sunny hlger branches to meet the demands of those reeking a good education In addition to the regular work In Pedagogy a out84 ot lectures wilt be given on organization classlfIcationgraduatlon management and dlsclpHno or a schooL Prof find Mrs Gray will be In charge of most ot the cusses for teachers iMrWW renco Gary an experIenced teacher who attended State university last- year and who holds a life diploma to pncpoyledFor catalogue and Information ad dress PROF L NGRAJY 22t6 Hartford Ky Notice Considerable Inquiry has been made of me during the host few days re lathe to the pooling pledges for the 1908 crop of tobacco These pledges had been eft with me during the season I beIng the custodian only or Fame About ten days ago aU the pledges received by sue during this year were turned over to the auditing committee Messrs Henry Plrtie and LD Tichenor who 1100 have same In their possession and to whom the parties desiring to see them should apply Yours very truly C E SM5TH Secy Ohio County Union A S of E ADDITIONAL LOCALS Mrs S T Barnett returned yes tredny from Hopkins county where she had been visiting relatives 11rs Delta London Henderson ar rived yesterday to be at the liedside of her brother Rev J A Bennett fifr J Nay Foster Assocate editor of tile Catlettsburg Tribune arrived In Hartford yesterday to spend the lioli days with his mower end sister Mr AlvIn Burton oJ Hartford and MiSS Bessie Green of Monroe Michigan were united In marrlagn nt tho office of County Court Cleric Judge Taylor officiating Tuesday afternoon Mr Ion D Crowe hasresigned his position with the Cenrtal Coal and Iron Co at Echlos and has accept ed II position with the W G Dun can Coal Co lit Graham KyOur best wishes go with Ion rrhe county officers propose to rank a present to tl1e District Secretary who sends In the best report of the Sunday schools to his territory by December 30 1908 Call on the County Secretary far all blanks needed I have purchased the clothes press Ing and cleaning outfit of Petty Bros and moved It to the Y iL C A build Ing where I will be gad to get your orders for clothes leaning and pressing AU work guaranteedFRED Mr A J Westerfield and Miss Pearl Leach both of Beaver Dam were united In marriage at the resl denco of Mr J H n Carson Hart ford last Saturday Rev Bean officiating Tile groom Is a prosper ous young farmer The bride Is the beautiful daughter of Mr and Aire A D Leach and Is quIto popular Rev J A Bennett whose severe Injury was mentioned In last weeks Issue Is In a veTY critical condition and all hope ot his recovery has been abandoned lIt was at first though that his chances were bright but on account of his age and the serious shock to which he was sUbjected he has grown weaker until his death sonly II matter of a fw hours He numbers hs frIends by hundreds in Ohio county and they are solicitous and grieved by the sad accident which bass befallen hi- mPRESENTS That Will Make Your Friends Happy at the I New DrugStore A FEW SUGGESTIONS TravelingCases and Gents Work Boxes for the Girls Fine assortment of plain and fancy Stationery Mirrors Medallions Shaving Sets Stat uary Goods Purses Fancy Can dies Gold Pens Fountain Pens Fine Perfumes Cut OII sPjc turesWasteB Racks Qeods delivered free any where in town the loll days Callandge prices HARTFORD DRUG CO INCORPORATED y r ENJOYYOURSELFa I a By buying your Christmas goods from Schroader Co Candies Nuts Fruits Fireworks c together with the finest line of Family groceries to be found anywhere Big variety and lowest prices Goods de livered free in city limits Every customer given especial atten t tion Telephone us your or dersISchroader0o1 Hartford Ky t A Christmas Present For Every Child Cut out this advertisement and bring to our store and get a nice tOOpage volume of Nursery Rhymes with color ed illustrations The number is limited 4 Please call soon 4 JAS N WILLIAMS Druggist Whore to Buy Your oL Fruits and Gaudies Christmas is almost here again and you ate about to buy your Candies Fruits Nuts Fireworks and many other things We extend to each and verilone a special invitation to visit us We Will offer you the nicest line of Fruits and Candies to be had anywhere Our prices win be the lowest quality considered If you want t nice basket of Fruit orr Candy for your friend we would be delighted to I + flu your orders You will make no mistakea f in giving us your orders for anything in line f Wishing you a merry Christmas we remain p I It Your truly f- JS d i i LYOflS the Wo a aARJ1FORD X y r l f L 4t vy i Jyt p T i L d RE sootTWPT THE GIUER IS JUDGED DYHISGIFTS S4HAPPYVlfrH BgIG HPPPINESS 1JF ITO YOURSELF DONT BUY TRASH FOR PRESENTS JHEN you tAN 3UYSENSIQLE IIPRsENTSroNrDiic Yrt rI1M1 n I SENSIBLE PRESENTS ARE cooD THINGS FOR 4 It SENSIbLE PEOPLE TO GIVE SENSIBLE PEOPLE MEN LOVE TO GET THINGS To WEAR AND CAN YOU NOT GET THE bEST PRESENTS FOR MEN AT A MENJ STORE WE ESPECIALLY INVITE THE LADIES OF THIS VICINITY To CoME AND SEE WHAT BEAUTIFUL PRESENTS IN NECKTIES PRESENTS IN SUSPENDERS PRESENTS IN Ho- SIERY PRESENTS IN SMOKING JACKETS AND PRESENTS IN EVERYTHING THEY CAN BUY FOR THEIR MEN FRIENDS AT OUR STORE AND THEN IN WHAT WAY YoU CAN MAKE YOUR LITTLE BUSTER BROWN HAPPIER THAN BY GIVING HIM A NICE NEW SUIT OF CLOTHES OR A GOOD OVER COAT YOU WISH TO SEE THESE THINGS BEFORE YOU BUY THEM So CoME AND LOOK AT THEM AND THEN GET OUR PRICES COME To THE QUALITY STORE For tire little FolksA Complete line of Toys of all kindsI One entire floor brimfull of new interesting articles children r RESPECTFULLY 60EALE fn I Hartford Republican FRIDAY DECEMBER 18 lllnols Central Railroad Time Table North nniiuil- No South Ilnnnd 183 due 405 n ra No 121 HSlam Ro12 ine1430p m No 101 due 148 ptu KoI02 doe S pm No 131dae8- 62imsuggestions V For the Boys r 1st To carry firecrackers In tic pocket Soak thorn over night in v r cold water than puck them In ice v 2rid To use gun or pistol sospy K Dropit in tie creek before loading Wand leave it there KiSvs 1 W3nl To use gasoline safely Leave A alone t iE t1i To throw stones Fold each onocarefully In a pltow and give nor Stlce t6 all tho nelghiborhtocd wrtenand whore ydu are going to pitch It J 5tb To gilt pure freah CANDY IJiatt tram the factory Buy PLOWS aV the New Drug Store There you k win also find fc full supply of Obolst lfV maB novelties all nee goods Get i full value for ypur mon y and enjoy jp tho holidays HWFQRDiDRUG COMPANY i Incorporated tTa Typewriter Carbon can be had at j this office 1 1 Cheese Sausage and Crackers a- tI tCIty Restaurant vVbet your Ereeh Oysters Celery ci is iat City Restaurant W i fMty Restaurants Steak and Coffee fc t are just simply fine i f City Restaurant carries a nfco line Fruits Candlesiand Nuts S1 J i Tlie CitY Restaurant ls feeding the I people better and better every day r A box of nice BpnBon will keep your YtXeor eweetbeartsweet i 7 A llece Grocery M J S jn1ce ytableaid nwtar ti get at gtiGlettIw I i 7 t d a Mto l vtj1 tft t 4- f i 1 tl f t j t tf I We are paying 25c for Eggs James Lyons Got your land Lunches at City Restaurantt- Get your Cbffistmas Fruits and Can dies from James Lyons If it choicefresh groceries you want go direct to U So Carsons Schroeters Studio over Re publican office Why dont you take your eggs to the City Restaurant and get the hot cash Wo will make a specialty In Fruit baskets Give us your order James Lyons Boys if you want to burn your mon ey get your fire works from James Lyons Last call for Bulbs Just a few left Dont fall to plant a few- BARNARD CO AH work sent for and returned by Fred Robertson tho Clothes Cleaner and Presser I will pay highest price in trade for Eggs James H Williams I 1813 The Druggist Our Candles are ins good as the best our prices are cheaper than toM rest James Lyons New lot of Rugs and Door Mats at Barnard COs Reduced prices on these goods iMliss Minnie returned the first of the week from a few days visit to friends at Owensboro r For loaded shells the kind that kill birds call on US Canon He has about ten thousand for sale cheap Womens SkIrts nicely cleaned and neatly pressed by Fred Robertson at the YM 0 A building Give him a trial lrsA W Bennett of Jackson rise mill arrive In a few days to l be the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs TJ Smith and other relatives The wise Santa Clause always gives Fireworks tov tie boys for then he does not make a mistake Our line the most complete In Hartford j11S i Ilera Grocery r Fancy Boxes of Candy Archareoa Boards Fancy Dishes and Candle stlcka ipil B d8 and 1rrJtgesH t PIn Holdereeyerythirg t t would tIatrt 11 j 1 t j S If r a4r9 V 1 to r For tt nice fruit basket filled to order call ott USCarspn Petty tiItailor guaranteea all ot bis work SatiBfactloflor 010 cfcarge Fancy Jars Cups add Dishes ot- every description at Orltrlns Drug Store 1fabdkerchteCStorXmtw CARSON CO For your Chrltsmas Fruits Nuts and Candles of all kinds visit U Bx CarEens Sleds and Guns for the boys Dolls and Dishes for the girls at Griffins Drugstore The City Restaurant as usual will be full of things to eat during the holidaysI Jr Wlen choosing gifts visit our store and there you will flndsomethlng to please her hers Grocery 0When you want a satisfying meal of course you go to the city Res taurant for it Have your dallies cleaned and pressed for the holidays Potty gutir antees his work Oranges Apples Pears GrapesFigs Nuts and the choicest of Candle at U S Carsons Take your Clothes to Fred Robert son and have them cleaned and press ed All work guaranteed Jerome Allen Coroner Hartford R F D No1 will answer phone at A J Carters Concord any hour Itf If you dont believe Santa Claus has arrived all right just drop Into the drug store of Z ayne Griffin i lire Youll find that Christmas presen t at Griffins Drug Store A big varie ty and prices to suit your pocket book Mr WPAshby andh5i G F Chapman Centertown and Mr Nat Lindley Matanzas were among our callers Tuesday Mr Chester Keown of Co H Ky N G in active service in Western Kentucky was the guest of his par ents the first of the week Barnard Co carry a more complete line of Hosiery than is usually carried In a country town The best brands are handled by them We are Just In receipt of a bIg lot of new Axmlnster Rugs size 27x54 Regular price 2pO our Xmas spec- Ial 219 CARSON CO We are stocked up on Rocking Chairs Dining Chairs and Tables Intact everything in Furniture Spec ial prices for Xmas CARSON CO A more complete line of Oranges Bananas Grapes Apples Dates Figs Raisins Mixed Nuts and Candles can not bo found In Hartford tiers Grocery No matter who the party may be youre sure to find a suitable ChrIst mas present at Griffins Drug Store Big variety and lowest prices Cal and see We are paying 25c per dozen f Eggs All other minds of good coun try produce wanted at the highest pricestf SCHROADER CO Messrs J H Smith Taffy F M1 Allen Centertown Sherman Smith East Hartford and Charley Fulkerson Simmons were among our callers Wednesday Mr R A Noffsinger druggist111c- harge of the Hartford Drug Cos business wife and daughter were the guests of relatives at Livermore tin first of the week Hundreds of pounds of Delicious Candy has arrived at Ilers Grocery to supply the wants of every Sant Claus Youll find many varieties all at moderate prices There is an air of grace abou hers Fruit Baskets that dlsUnguJsh es them from all others We combine beauty with economy and inako our baskets doubly desirable We have purchased of a traveling salesman his line of samples In SIlk Scarfsbought at a big discount Will sell the same way Just the thing for an Xmas present CARSON CO Hon M L Hoavrln and wife w re- In Louisville the latter part of las week the former to attend a meet- Ing of the Republclan State Execu tlve Committee the latter to visi- relatives A dog belonglng to Mr IM Bennett wear Beda developed hydropTior bia one day last wek and alter bit- Ing several other dogs la theY neiah bofchod was killed A med dog scare is anticipated That mellow smooth character of Coffee which has pleased coffee drink era for years Is the result 6t sclontl fe blending and skillful roasting Try our Chase Sanborna brand i Hera Grocery fThe FbatGraduate Club composed of Drs Oscar Allen Jj AV Dutfj E SWFordi j tJt 31c Carly T 0 McKinney Tap for and sn TaYl r their t i I r + t r torF 4- 4 1 Y ChristifiasPreseiltsIll Nothing makes a more ele gant and lasting Christmas Pres ent than something in the Jewelry line I have a full stock and my prices are lower than youM find elsewhere See my assortment of Watches Rings Bracelets Chains Charms Stick Pins and ornaments of various descriptions I am making a specialty of Watches and Brace lets and will sure make the price right to you All I ask is a chance to show you R W KING- HARTFORD KY GUNS GUNS J Have Just Received a Large Line of Shot Guns Rifles Target Guns Ammunition Shells Etc And respectfully ask you to call and see the largest and best lino of Shot Guns ever In Hartford Prices the lowestU CARSON Groceryman rIeortibrc1 1 Cy regular weekly meeting In Beaver Dam on Monday Decmber 21 Regu lar program to begin ut 3 p in Dinner at G ocock orMr P W DeMoss of Hanson Hop kins county Ky died last Monday qontsumptlan The deceased who was In the 47th year of his age had been a member of the 51 E Church for many years Mr DeMoss was the brother of Mrs S T Barnett ot Hartford As usual Santa Claus has his head quarters at the drug stoic of Z Wayne Griffin Dro Everything to please the taste the needs the pocketbook Toys of every description and more elegant things for the older folks You rant tall to find something to please us a gUt out of their immense stock Vaces Salad Sets Fancy Mirrors Tankards Chocolate Dishes Hand halltBalls of every description Rocking Chairs Dolls of every conceivable size and price all these and many more things for the good old Christ mas time at Griffins Drug Store The County Sunday School Asso elation lacks about fifteen 1500dol tars of laving enough to pay off all Indebtedness for the year If only half oX the schools would pay one tbotyear could be closed with money In helptton Secy and Treas Hartford Ky right away please Pastor A B Gardner will preach at the Baptist church In Beaver Dam Sunday Dec 20 at 11 a m and 1 p m The subject at 11 a m The act of Christian Baptism at 7 p- mThe subject for Christian Bap tiara As truth and duty to God era the things desired the ppeaohdntg will be without reference to any ex isting denomination or creed All are cordially Invited to attend both servicesCJAa TOO xrx u Bun tha 1 Kind You ifavs AIYi BoUiM BifitVO ofI r Jwi r Mi rtunr onrrrmrnn6 ss1m I I Now Celebrate i I IcomesI ocIcursomething that will make you glad I did Do some kind act smile itI kindwords buy some nice wishII I I Iyourhelp suggest the gift best suited to I the occasion If for children we I have Dolls Toys Books anduseful i articles of every kind If for grown ups you will find our store packed J with the things best suited and at I prices that are not robbing you Be sure to see our new Rugs Rocking I Chairs and other useful household gifts presentsjthat every member of the family will appreciate I I Come in you are welcome at all I times at I- BARNARD CO5- SHartfordI KyI Geo BarakatSTORE IN HARTFORD HOUSE HAS Toys Sc Trinkets OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Suitable for Christmas Presents for the little ones and more substantial goods for older people If you want a small amount of money to go a long way come to BARAKATS GENERAL STORE Everything pretty and upto date and a big variety to select from Presents pleasing useful and or s43- namn4alat a Wide range of prices J r uc I J 1 4 t 1 c i 4 1 C J d J 1 0 SAVED FRONT THE GRAVE How a Dream Rescued Woman From a Terrible Death Yr Tones was a popular young busl ness man In tho city ot B His wife was II woman of strong ewotlod uud most deUcato perceptions Between them there exIsted a raro sympathy which extended to all the faculties Mrs Jones tell ill and after a few weeks agony during Which her hue blind waited on her with a constancy not often seen she dledthnt Is she appeared to be dead There was no question about It In the doctors mind A certificate was Issued and nn under taker called In But for the fortunate circumstance that Mr Jones was Ope posed to embalming there would be no story to tell unless It were ot another person apparently dead who was re TIed for a moment under the lunge of the embalmers knife Saved from that tate Mrs Jones was laid out In her burial robe placed In a coffin and on tho thIrd day was burled In n cemetery some distance away Her husband was greatly affected so ranch that hIs relatives feared nn at tack of melancholia Ills uncle wIsh ing to arouse his spirits and divert his ntttntlon remaIned In the house the night otter the funeral and was a valuable witness as It proved ofan event so astounding os to bo almost beyond belief For nn hour or two that evening they talked chiefly about the dead and then went to bed Mr Jones after tossing upon hIs pillow for a long time fell Into a troubled sleep In the mIddle of the night ho heard n voIce calling his name George George The tones were not familiar to hIm they did not recall the voIce of Ills wife Still conceivIng himself the vIctim of n dream he again went to sleep It was daybreak before the volco was heard again and this time It could not be Ignored lIe recognized It at lart ns the voice ot hIs wife In sore distress calling upon hIm She cried Georges Save me Save me George He sprang out ot bed trembling all over That despairing cry still rang ii his oars So real was It that although ho was awake and remembered per fectly the death tho funeral and nil that happened In the preceding font days lie searched the room for her who had thrice called him by name Finding that ho was alone he rush ed Into hIs uncles room erring Getup Get upl We must go to the cemetery She Is alive I She Js calling me I The uncle skeptical as he was by nature was carrIed away by Jones Impetuosity Both wen threw on some clothIng and while ono harnessed n horse to n light buggy the other pro cured spades Thus equIpped they drove to the cemetery nt a gallop The sun rose ns they leaped out at the grave and began to dIg Mrs Jones had been burled the pre- vIous afternoon Her husband shovel ed away the earth In a frenzy ot en ergy It was firmly txed In his mInd that she had been burled alive and that he mIght yet be In time to sue her InspIred by hIs nephews excIte ment the uncle dug with a vigor almost ns great oS Jones Begrimed and dIsheveled they nt last reached the coffin and wrenched off the lid Jones shrieked Ills wife was moving She was trying feebly to turn over In her narrow bed She gazed at him with eyes that saw not She was unconscious ot her situation lIe passed his arms about her and lifted pier out Tina two men removed her from the grave placed her In the buggy and drove home PhysIcIans were called In Under close medical care oho slowly recovered Every pre caution was taken to guard her from the linowledge of what had happened anti all who were In the secret pledged themselves to silence lest the shock of that revelation ot her burial and resurrection might prove fatal to her but the story leaked out later when Mfrs Jones got about againmore Sun For Those Who Wish to Gain In Flesh When the lawyers or harry Thaw made a plea a short tune ago to Illlve tile prisoner removed from one Institution to another on the ground that ho was being kept exclusively on u dIet of bread and potatoes theyat once sounded a note of cheer to the enormous Army or the ThIn For the arrumont of counsel was that tile potato diet made TIIIw take on weight which be dIdnt ot nil want to take on and It Is this argument n careful inquiry into the antecedent and actions of the potato with a thew to Its posethle odopUon as n cure for tile lean One physician who was asked about the effect of potato eating upon the sYj tern said Yes undoubtedly the eating of potatoes will make one fat If anything will But I do not be- lIeve nn exclusive diet of potatoes would long agree with any person Not that the potato in Itself Is not a valuable load product for It Is but because It does not contaIn nil the elements requIred lY the system A person could not live long on n potato diet wIthout harm would become a prey to indlpestion put a diet of say bread and butter and potato might not prove InJurIous It the per son taking It would also tale a great deal of bodily exerolse It is because ot the starch and water In the potato that k Is bound to fatten thoso who eat it regularlY and it should be avoIded by with a tendency to rheumnthnvand indigestion Taken with other foqda the potato It one of tftegreates fatteners known to the medical jlrofession And this Js how Mr POtAto is t 4tel I I f r Zl rttib reteJS r ntdo up getting nn IlnalYJIS IrQ many dlffeant potatoeSexatpi el tI P roen1 Wator r 1 760 Starchu 1163 Sugar h Y 12C Albumen k i 0utu v- Asparagln J y n 3 FOot r3 Solanln 05 other nitrogenous aubstancea 1- Insouble 5 matter d- Asst 82 Total rl0000 When you get a foM containing 95 per cent or water and starch you get something thats bound to put on the pounds The trouble with the potato diet is the opinion or one doctor Is that It Is too bulltY For said lie Even granting that 6 pounds or potatoes a day Is sufficient to supply fully aU the needs of the body It must be evident that thin quantity Is still un duly bully welgbfng as It does abe duy bulky weIghing as It does about dIet The result ofrits continued use woud be the undue burdenIng of tile s omnch and bowels culminating pro bably In dilatation of these organs Time socollled potato belly of the IrIsh patient is an example of this result In addition to beIng bulky the potato contaIns too little proteId in proportIon to its starch It would re quIre about 22 pounds of potatoes dally to yield even 118 grams of protold dally while this quantity of potatoes would contaIn more than four times as much elrbobydrates as one really needs As a matter of fact however Rubnerd line round that 012 pounds ot potatoes are enough to furnish 300 calories of energy and to prevent any loss of bodily proleld This Is probably to be explained by the relatively enormous quantity ef cnrbohdmtes that Is proteid sparerswhlch tile potato contaIns So despite the scientific objections certaIn of the profession the practical experIment demonstrates the fatten tug power or the spud Titian or course everybody wants to know what sort of a potato is goIng to produce the best resultsthat Is the best results from the point of vIew of the sklnnyand the answer Istbe potato cooked Walt the Jacket on It has been calcuated that if a bushel of potatoes were peeled and soaked before bung boiledand this Is the way that most of our wives mothers housekeep ors and crooks go about the preparation for the mashed potatothe ions I nutrIents would be nearly euqlalent to the amount contaIned In 1 pound ofbeefsteakThat you get a lIne on th sustaIning value of tile vegetable and also see how important It Is that the skin lJe not taken off before cook IngIt follows then that potatoes should either be steamed or COOkEd In Uler skIns Two medium sIzed potatoes weIghing together 5 13 ounces when bloled and eaten in the usual way re main from two to two and a half hours In the stomach and that is a shorter time than u ttlmUar weight of bread would requIre Young potatoes are not mealy and they require more cooking and lire less dgestlJle than those of mIddle age And nt the olr extreme old potato and nose whIch have been long kept show some alternation In the quantity of their starch Christmas Musings The Joyous time Is drawing night th time of turkey pudding pia nor do we dream of after ills of squals and pills and Christmas bills A gIrl begins to hang up the mistle toe at about Ue age when eke stops hanging up leer stockIng to pessimist Is a fellow who would not hang up his stocking for rear oM Santa Claus mIght swipe It purfIcdand the mistleto Dont male It too strong Many a man has been knocked out by one good stIf Punch Ask a truthful woman what sUe enjoys most about Christmas and slle will tell you the bargain sales afterward rro sIng a rhyme of Christmas time that line Is but thelflrstor It heria hoping you may not feel blue because you get tile worst or It When n child writes a letter of thanks to Santa Claus it should be cherished lute n rare plant That kid Isnt long for thIs world No Christmas present Is so useless that you cant PilES It on to some one else next year- Remcmbertlmt It Is better to give than to receive the things you dont want Take oft the tags diany u friend shIp has been severed by the prIce mark on a Ohrlstmas present We have often wondered Wherein consIsted the wisdom ot Solomon when ho had a thousand wives We are now convinced that It must have been in living In the days before Christmas was celebrated Iaail right to Pity tho poorntthls peaceonearthseason but 1t is also well to remember that sympathy I doesnt fill an empty stomach I tw ti1 t i i riJG ISUtIET UF EQUlJl MERCER JOlLlfY I Judge OrRear md President oCantrill Stir Farmers lio- United fAction A Iiorodsbugcspeclatl EaY ono of the most enthusiastic gatherings of the farmers of Mercer county ever held here was the rally of tM society of Equity at the dport house this afternoon to express thanks and approval of the happy and successful outcome cf tho tobacco w r The operahouse wseIwded to overflow lug The buildIng and stage were nrtlsically decorated with tobacco corn and pumpkins u1th largo stream ers and banners bearIng appropriate inscriptions rho speakers Mere Chief JuatlceEd C OtRear of the Appellate Court and tile Hon Campbell Cantrlll president of the American Society of Equty in Kentucky Tie meeting was presided over by Judge John W Hughes who was one or the leaders In the organi zation or the Equity Socetyi The speech or Judge ORoor was one or tile ablest ever heard hero on the tobacco Iustlon and lshowed grelt research and learning Going back to tile SIxteenth century ho gave n his tory of the Important Imrt tobacco has occupied In the couuneroiad inter eats or the country showing titr t It was the chief commodity produced by the colonies or Virginia before the birth of Kentucky In the course or his speech he severely scored Gov WlUson While te dId not use the Governors name hIs remarks could not be misunderstcod and they met the hearty approval of the tobacco growers Mr Cantrill reviewed the long stuggle or the society and told how tile loyal ones broungilt about the gro vIctory that hud been won He made an earnest pica for all those who had b cn agaInst the society to come over and make a unUM Kentucky He said that with the Government of Kentucky and nil great warehouses and many of the States best men against the society It made tile victory whirls Lad been iron all the more glorious T1he meeting this afternoon mill have 11100Iyear growem most to a man enter the organization There Is Only one TeddY On the whole the Kaiser may liS well quit tryIng to talk like Roosevelt It doesnt suit his job and en vironmentMilwaukee Sentinel Womans Nome Companion for Christmas The Ohrlstmas Number of Womans Home Companion Is one of the most beautiful or the holday meg zllnes Its cover Is In blue and goldde Illctlng tile lJndona and Child There Is u beautiful painting In color by occupyingI ForCroup Tonsilrtis andAsthma SURE Disease LwER 0 KIDNEYS i t r I1 i Jj pogos of qtdfesuibhed Ohrllt mSCi1 with decDWfotla by Ernest tiaskell For the Jhtstl riB Woman HOIl1 Companion Edwin 1iarlcnun leis Writ tea a most bptUtl11 pooh noror o the GoOSN1B Yore ItteIs the etc or the gathgring of ho materials the gos peia q the desciples after- Oihists atcepsiony 73eforo the Dos hels Were 1sgrot r than Tl1E1 Man With the Hoe It is perhaps the greatest poem of time generation It Is se dom thht tnagaziiteoven a Christmas taaz1neoffete stories by such an tinny of great wr1itcrs WI will be found in the December Cote pautonJcssepMnc Ddskam Bacon Anna Kntharlne Green Mary WilkIns Freeman Florence Mofee KrusleyJul let Wilbor Tonplclns Above alt else the wOman render will find here n magazine ot Christ- was helpshundred9 or suggestions to the makIng or attractive and unIque gifts Ideas for the table for making delicious candles now nookwearf embroidery fashionsan almost bewild- ing array of pracucal Christmas sug gesUonsI 04S T 0HJ4Bean thelie Klod tan Nara llwais Beet Blguatuo Y of 4 Whats in61clures Everyone who has thought of the danger or facing poverty In his old JIHendricknuated Man In the Ohrlstmas num ber of MaClures Magazine Mr- Hendrick tells ot the growth Qf the pension among corporations FOUndajtlon contrlbutea a pAper dealing with ileaI hol as n chief cause of crime insanity HOPklnsiAdams solved the pure milk problem and General Kurol1atkln tells how Japan defeated RussIa The number con tains two LIncoln articles ono the hitherto unpublished account of an eye witnss of th nssnssinatfoaof Mr and the other the story or Our 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for amateur photography on a more extensive I scale Straightway bo went to a fash tpnablo dealer and bought an expen nttachtI11ltcall by for It tomorrow morn ho told the cleric Please be sure to have a couple of plates In the holder for I want to take some pic furcs If the weather Is line Ill hayo the plates put In and ev I erything ready for you sir the sales man replied fThen Matvln began to think of what he should most like to snap with his I nowJnow art But somehow or oth er horio of these marble structures appealed to him Thorets nothing like a human sub ject when It comes to photography he mused Tho next thought followed naturally And tho best of human prettyiA moment later he was talking over thetelephoneHello Ive Just bought anew camera ho announcedt Indeed Marvin thats Interesting came back over tb6 wire And what are you going to do with It Take some pictures of Aileen If shell let me he replied Oh that will be sploridldl she ex claimed And when are you going to take them- Tomorrow morning If you say so All right Ive got nothing on hand for tomorrow morning she rfnswcred Where shall we g07 Out Into the park Then Ill don a frock that will be In accord with the setting she laughed Allccu was as good as her word for when Marvin stopped for her next morning camera In hand she wore the smartest blue suit Imaginable al most matching the clear autumn sky Oh I know wo will havo a nice lit tIe expedition sho ventured And Im to have my picture taken for why let me seefor the first time islnco early spring Let me get a peep your new camera Its a beauty Isnt It- Yss he replied It Is supposed to do extra fine work You see I am somewhat of a novice and tLs camera has to be n good ono for me This one has a holder for plates at tho back Ive never used plates before but the clerk filled up the holder for me and Im going to try them this morning Soon they were strolling down one of the velvety slopes of the park The 11 I leaves were falling from the larger trees but the occasional bushes were as green as In springtime They passed a lake and presently they came Into a little glen that ran right up against a hillside This ought to be a fine place for tho pictures he suggested Suppose you strike a poseanything you like Well hows this Sir Photogra pher sho queried putting her closed parasol back over her shoulder and holding It at Ijcth endsas a huntsman sometimes carries his gunand throwing her head back In n merry laugh w Very fetching ho commented but I believe that with the parasol up and a sldo view would be even more so Try It If you dont mind Sho turned slightly opened tho para BO and held It back over her shoulder with one band Her dainty head was silhouetted against the turquoise sky for she was standing on the slope ser eral feet above him This ones a stunner ho declared shifting his position Then he drew out of the plate holder the thin little board protecting tho first plate and click It overHow did I look she questioned glancer he repeated Why you werebut please dont ask thingIplimentary things for you or mo either I Oh very well she laughed shrugging her shoulders prettily Now v int am I to do for picture No 21 I Lets havo this one sitting down be requested She assented by seating herself on the slope and gazing at him seriously with her chin poised on her dainty ilttlo Bet- Dont lookk so solemn ho protest red Youre not posing as a tragedy queen 1 rWcll then hows this she asked resting her chin between both hands and smiling radiantly l He suppressed a reply and concen tratcd his attention on catching that ts bewitching tantalizing smile rye surely got Ill ho thought as be withdrew the second platb protector That prettier than tho other If comparisons are not distasteful ho opined Now If you will r t hut ot a sudden something caused fhlBfl to rivet his glance on the plate S holdershleof the kodak Then he tpulled out tiooot they thin protectors ful1pe dim6rt closely at the box tJ alike ftrraBgwiahir With aloblcof dUh t Rust le shook the camerapavagely Well I am a prize goose lie rant tered trogbleMarrlnIt4 rtlellblehe etloed jf H a h 1 r j l d 1i t ry thao yourposIngthisblooming gurgledHow forgetfulelerkfalled solemnlyassurIng me that ho would nothingtotime Lets go over and sit down un findtryantdowned on their failure Just to think those poses had to be lost on an unappreclntlve cameral she with a little pout ngreedButunappreciative photographer Really werent they And her surpriseI car ngtimeShe was silent as she looked at him questioningly 1leen he continued his tone low er dont youvkuow that somewhere ir alwayshas youAlleenand flight Igo over this lovely picture gallery of my memoryone that nil the money on earth could not buy Some of the portraits are blurred a little but tho rest are as bright as when they first appeared Somehow J think none of them will ever fade entirely Many show you laughing nml happy Others depict you smiling and wistful Some are vivacious somo de mure others coy and quaint a few stormy and revengeful but all art precious to me Onemust I tell you of that shows you with n young man in tho moonlight Its n beautiful gal lery my dear the most beautiful I am sure in all the world She was gazing at him now with a new look in her eyes tho look of ten der appeal Herband rested gently on his arm Marvin dear boy sho whispered I do so hope your picture gaHery will always be bright that nono of the pic tures will ever fade away Do you really dear ho asked eagerly Yes very very much she an steered Then theres one sure way of hav lag them always clear and bright he said IIow is thaty she asked with an encouraging smile By having the subject always pres out ho declared tho twinkle return Ing to his eyes Is she willing With you as photographer Marvin Yes Shes been willing for quite a long time After all he commented as they walked homeward this picture taking expedition without plates has been the most successful of my whole life Bubbles and Science Until Lord Raylelgh supplied the missing explanation scientific men had never been able to explain how It Is that a soup bubble can exist It Is only with n very few liquids that soap bubbles can be blown Tho reason Is that some cannot lather even It shaken up vigorously while others lather with complete ease The natural question therefore arose Why Is It that some liquids lather and others will not and how is it that a sphere of liquid film 6f almost Infinitesimal thickness can exist In a still moist atmosphere for hours and even days This was all exhaustively explained for the first time by Lord Itaylelgh The explanation is partly a question of physics and chemistry and it may be succinctly described according to Sir Oliver Lodge as follows A sur face which possesses the minutest trace of scum has less tension than n clear or lesser scummed surface and such a scum no matter how thin it may be has the tendency to slide down if its liquid support or foundation dis plays any inclination to the horizon Furthermore a lathering liquid has a complex and resistible constitution sufficient to yield by partial dissocia tion owing to tho tension of the surface n quasi solid scum while the constant tendency of the viscous liquid to slip between two layers of scum is a very slow process N ReportorIal Persistence Once a reporter went to a certain residence in New York to get details about the master of the house who had Just died in order that an obit uary notice might appear in the news paper which he represented Such de tails as a rule aro easy to get The reporter therefore was intensely sur priced when tho widow of the de ceased with scarcely a word slammed the door in She retired into the house Presently the doorbell rang furiously She refused to stir Again the doorbell rang more furiously than before Still the lady of the house would not stir I have told him that 1 dont want to say anything about my husband Bho thought to herself and bo has no tight to bo so persistent So sho sat still while the doorbell tang again and again and again At last she could stand It no longer to openlnffa window over the front door she poked her head out and remarked severely Young man I do not deslro to say anything to you1 Kindly do not dis turb moraay more Qb spay young man L n Jr I cant roared the reporter bo e1de hbnfCJ l n 1Xou haveJbuty eoatttlfs1n the deorr- sb 4 A Uryou would have a faithful MIT + reiHtht HIi sear aI Fralikryp lms r- t1r t- sV iy f r ifIr1 a4 w IIII i I J 1 A TRIPLE SURPRISE It Came With a Pleasant Opting In a New Auto Car A well known author who for somo years has been an rithoslastlc admirer of the automobile had ten amusing experience which she describer in the Bohemian Anew model always attracted her attention she declares and when sho came put of the New York hotel where she was stay ing and saw a flnc ncV car standing unoccupied by the curb she stopped to admire It While I examined it and gazed with envy a friend also interested in autos Game down the steps and approached the machine e Isnt It stunning he said I agreed enthusiastically and added that the machine was tantalizing me 43 I did so long to take a spin that my chauffeur was ill and that I was afraid tb run my car through the city Why I will take you heliald l- havent anything to do this afternoon Where shall we go We got in and I suggested Coney To make a long story short the de lIghtful ride gavo us an appetite We stopped for dinner and Then went out to Sea Gato to call upon friends As wo were crossing the bridge on our way homo at about 11 oclock my friend inquired At what garage do you keep your machine At the question a terrible possibility dawned upon me and with the re membranco of a certain unfamiliarity that Iii had displayed at the first In regard to the running of the car the situation became instantly clear lie I had thought that the machine was rnlivc and I had been equally secure iu tho belief that It was his In other words wo had calmly gone off with some one elses property You may imagine our feelings Wi felt confident that we would be nr rested on our way uptown Wo rolled up to the hotel Inwardly quaking After much Inquiry and explaining we found the Indignant owner Fortunately he know mo slightly and hatI n well developed sense of humor III spite of n rather forbidding expression as wo first faced him with our unfortunate story I think ho believed us Ills parting remark however was rather puzzling although he said It with evident cordiality Whenever youd like to use the ma chine again Just let mo know A SURPRISED CAT Gautlers Pet and Its Experience With a Parrot Of all cat stories the best is ono told by Theophllo Gautier the French nov cllst lie kept many cats the favor Ite being Madame Theophlle and she was his constant companion by day and night One day a friend who was going away a short time brought Gautler a parrot to be taken care of during his absence The bird finding itself In a strange place climbed up to tho top of Its perch In a rather frightened manner Madame Theophllo had never seen n parrot before and regarded the creature with manifest surpriseAfter n period spent In profound meditation summoning up all the no tions of natural history sho had picked up In the yard the garden and on the roof she plainly came to the conclu slon that the newcomer was a green chicken This result attained the next proceeding of Madame Theophlle was to lay herself fiat on tho floor like n panther v watching her prey Tho parrot did not like this at all It ruffled Its feathers and rattled Its chain uneasily Then Madame Theo phlle came creeping nearer her nose quivering her eyes half closed while slight thrills of pleasure ran along her backbone at the Idea of the meal she was about to make Another moment and sho sprang upon the perch The parrot instantly straightened up and said In a deep bass voice Have you breakfasted Jacko This utterance so terrified the cat that she sprang backward All her ornithological ideas were overthrown And on what continued tho par rot gravely On sirloin 7 The cat casfa glance at her master as if to say This is not a bird It is a gentleman It talks And then she promptly hid herself under the bed and from that refuge she could not be Induced to stir during the whole daySt Louis GlobeDemocrat Adages of Morocco In an article on time people of Morocco a writer in Paris Figaro says They have some queer adages and some that closely resemble ours Thus they say Tho camel cannot see its hump but plainly sees the one of its neighbor Ho who depends on his neighbor will go to bed hungryIA wlso enemy is better than a friend I Cross the rushing stream but bewaro of the quiet noiseless one In this world there are three things not to be trust edluck women and horses Mount ing a horse loosing the hunting dogs and hearing earrings rattle drive dull arc away A Heavy Load paperIIt the zoo What aro you laughing at Johnnie Johnnie who is almost as bright as he looksI was Jus laughln to think of the stork carryin a hip perpotainusl Cleveland Plain Dealer Compensation Speakinot fiealp of compensation ald7 Uncle an automobile goes faster dan a mule but at de same Im it al4e6e nbjlltistloiigtr- Na foten rd it r EvHyG e 1lstitMlvhere kU tfBaIe ee slProver ijl- r t C if i J fyn a stella Dignity complimentlastplease you too said Stella Harding Ho was talking about the girls in this block and how dlgguatcd the boys were getting with them He said the trouble with the girls round here was that they had positively no personal dignity and he never seemed to take into account that I lived in the block myself But ho made up afterward fpr forgetting lIe said not much he guessed he didnt mean me that I was noted for my dignity with all ttyo fellows and hed often heard them speak of It What do you say to thatMrs Harding was listening with motherly satisfaction How did it happen to occur to him that you might be applying it to yourself she asked I put it to him straight I Just waited until be stopped for breath and then I said Well Jlminy Glenn is this a slam Stella what a speech Theres no dignity about that I Obj toot mammal was the laughing response made without the slightest Intention of disrespect Tints just the way we all talk Things like that dont count ondlgulty one way or tine othernot In our bunch Its how act dont you know Youths Companion Foxes Scalps and Salvation Some years ago at a session of the legislature of Kentucky an effort ton repeal the law offering a bounty on foxes scalps was made but was de feated by the appeal of a member from a mountainous and sparsely set tied region Do the gentlemen want to deprive my constituents and uio of the benefits of hearing the gospel I preached he demanded with Indig nation In his tone and overspreading his tugged countenance We are nIl I Methodists up my way and our preachers wont come without we can give cm chlckeiiK I know Wo cant raise chickens unless the foxes are killed by somebody thats sure and I there nlnt anybody that can afford to upend their time hunting foxes and get nothing to pay for It So gentlemen It you repeal this law youll be de priving my constituents of the benefit of hearing the gospel preached thats the way It looks to me Tho law Ar gonttfFeathersIHeirs and Hairs are found on almost every thing that grows and if wo may so call the fine fibers of nsbestus timer oven Invade the numeral world From a piece of mineral asbestus quarried from tho earth and looking like n stonr with a satiny fracture thesllkcii fibers can bo rubbed with time finger till the williyou see a or midrib Along each side of this ex I tends the thin part known as the vanlI Look closely and you will see that this I vane Is composed of tiny feathers call ed beards fastened together through out their whole length from where I their bases Join the midrib to their tips You can easily separate one of I these from the rest when you will sec how like u tiny feather it Is with whatI seems a Ono fuzziness along each St Nicholas Astronomy- If there were any money to be made In astronomy everybody would boI studying It About all we can see is figures and these are so big that they stagger the understanding Every childIIn the United States knows how the north star Old Polaris from theI pointers of time dipper but no can appreciate the statement that this star Is distant from the earth 210000 000000000 uilloB two hundred and trillions The Twentieth Century tonI ited traveling at one mile a would havo to run without stopping for 470000000 years in order to trav erse this distance 1If light really travels 187500 miles a second a ray from time north star would be thirty six years In reaching the earthNew York Press Would Not Pay Charges He was an impecunious nobleman with air castles In sunny France After much deliberation ho sent time fol lowing note to the pretty heiress Dear Miss I love you but do not know how to express myself How would you advise T COUNT DE BUST And the heiress penned the follow ingDear 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MO- t SEEDSIBnckbees Full ot Life Northern Grown Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of 38 years of successful seed growing It pays to the best- Seasonable Specialties BEANSEarliest Red Valentine Bushel BushetIExtra Early Alaska J3JO Bushel New Early Grarlos tsy Bushel Herefords Market Garden 350 Bushel Buckbees Lightning Express jco Bushel flvcs Radish Tomato and a full line ol pricesSahforcompleteyour and quote Buy direct from Iht grower Money Write today Mention this pa- perHWBUCKBEE laMfcKttMSt ocirsraS IFanu R ckftr4M I rM tending a Helen and description may qulcklr ascertain our opinion w an Invention Is probably pt Commonlc UonastrlctWeonadeotlaL ANDB 101 onPatente sent tree Oldest eecu DlI Iatnll taken through hluanrsakftOllt In e Scientific JllttrkalA Banosoraelf illustrated weekly Limit elh COllation of sotentioo uyeal rerme IB eIUMN months L MawYrk O lce lItJ PARISH SAYS BANK WASSOLVENT Many Witnesses Demoustrate C otherwise Accbsed Bank Wrecker Attneds r Revival Every Night and j Sunday During Trite The trW ot Jams IL I1rrJs1r charged with reeofvtng money on deposit in tpo Qweosbnro Satings Bank and Trust Company ot which lie was President when to bank was Insol rent It boon in POtSTOSS at U3We- sine Ky oho past week TheM are three Republicans and nine Democrats on the jury Five belong to no cmirch two tare Baptists two are Methodists two are Cumberland PiitlabylerLans and one s a Catb- ollc The Cwcd having lOO1S been the oSief pllLu oS the I3iptist church In Owen bolO and tho founder ot the- TiArd Baptist chutc the largest con grognUon and the one oolng the tin cst auditorium in tbcl StAte the cburcb atflllauOOl of the jury Is con slderi important The opening kutures or the trial were ot the most Interesting And sen aathml ohraotcr County Attorney C DI Finn Oof Ow igEnsboro wJ10 Is very active In asstst fug Prtsccutfng Attnrney Den D Rln- CO in ibiD proomcl1Uon made the open ing stntapnent to the jury telling what the Commonweal would prove He- gave a recital tit his pnoef expectancies that exceeded tSe stories ahead publistkii Ile declared in strongest terns tbflt to bank was insalt+ ant on April 19 1908 and long before and that ue fact was w sll known to James H parrllh its president For weeks ho sAid the bank bail closed at night with less than100caIn its vaults ur sate thcrigh Its books slmnwed 1000000 of Ilabllities as de lmosits by the lJoo1l1lJleIThe law permitted loons only a certain ani tnt to one man but this had boon violated rCllteatetll by pres ident Parr isb who had allowed his sevenal broti ers tb borrow indiscriminately and they wene all insolvent said LIr Finn The law required re p9rts to be made ct Um banks con ditlon at frequent Interveiis and In ar der to maky n goad s oWing In these reports the notes od men who ttad been adjudged bankrupt icr several retire were oounteil as valuable nil sets and large anrounte ot sass wrapped scairely tUd beta borrow ed tempornrIly C11JIU other Oweasboro banks and mined to pals bank and Wd in It only lang enough to be counted gs assets of tloc bank aniltiten returned with the wrapping unbroken Jrinlts H Parris and T S Auder- On of the Dales County Bank and Trust Company wiSich had soon after ro failed find used each others papers for t1lbuands es callI assets to make a taoud iilowIng In the required reports Mr llnn went Into I dehtllcd enum- ortlon of the many eorporaUnme umin tug and mlllmfaMlllinr promoted by Mr Irrlrh aril 4n wrJeb he was a- ataokbroidr director and ofncer and to wbl ai fie had loaned wftI1rut saeur- 1ty verylatge aunts rf money aril It wits II meat raamrlwble olrcunstanee Mist iwt a aingle one of all these ol tort jlEllll wlta5 which Ml Parrish MIl bean connected had escaped bank rlkrtoy Ito tfl1lt YtUMII wiw Dr Den L DrulIIIr fery d StatE wbot shwa- cd nod r+rswl arUclea and amended ar- tloloa of luoorparatlon IUHf also Use reports of the bunk immedletely plO roadlnfIs failure forruerly od Owenab- tamo but row or Louisville was next oxatnlnod Ile was receiving teller ot the failed back He brave facts all to the lrnlfbtedneee or himself and two broo ors to the bank for batrgwed- mornoy In the son ot MOO though lie bail no property and he did not know what they had Ho sold J H Parrish had tolll him when to receive and wrhen to refuse depasitu rho Martin deposit oft which tide Indict ment JB based woes received before the order to refuse depcslts had been given by Mr Parrish- Wlltlani n Martin testified as to the partlclllnr deposit ot 130 made by his firm the i before the bank closed Its hrs I Mrs Ntlnnle Whalen und Mrs E G Monarch of Owensboro both wid ows told a pathCtlc story of bhelr deposIting 3500 and 300 In the bank They said tboy lead known trParrls for forty years They told of tbt Jr- 1nalaility to Set CI teat out and also of the emphatic nssumnce ot IsIr Parr rich to them that the bank was all right James M Keeley CAIIber Of t 4 oon1ctread from t ibaukp OO JIB the k9rLoi tbe nasty ytaaxa Obrge L i o H 4id1 h o J r atnoun tnt4 afed uaDrsdt 9rtpurpose as Mr Fina obarged ti king i1 gOOls owing la the ne4ed reports Tbls t tlmonr wAs tie strngest th9fug ppssable IaauPln t- of the indictment Many women including a ember ot widows now penniless testified to time effect that Parish onlY a few days previous to the banks colsing it a door induced thhm to depsit their money I hls bank at the Same time assuring them it was IIi good flnancla con diUourt the close of tha evidence tqr the prosecution Tuesday atternpQn Hon RWSlack senior conned for the defendant stated the defendants case to the jury after which the defendant htnself Was placed on the stand and fore several hours gave ills terslonol the controversy He con fended from the inception ot his evi dence to its cnclusln that thkl bank when Its doors were closed aprllliOth 1908 was solvent and able to meet Us each and every obligation He was questioned by Mr Clements and took up pracUcally every item ot Indebtedness stating that same was collectable At time clotp ot his direct exambinatlon Mr Ringo began the cross examination andat the first question n8J ml by hIm Parish asked for time to consult the records of the bank uefor There upon his further cross examination wash susppnded for sometime during Ue interQ punerous witnesses wh testified to tine good character and reputation of Parish wero introduced An Incident which has attracted considerable atlenUon durIng the trIal Is that Mr Parish has attended prac tIcally every night and Sunday S3J vices of the DtpUst revival that Is in progress In Hawosv11e where the trial Is bolag held He Is m splendid singer and tAkes prominent part In tltl song services hs strong voice being heard above the choir at all times The trIal will probably be conclud ed the latter part of this week or the first of Next As to what will be the outcome Is hard to guess SSe a11f5TORTABean teeinsKlsd Yon Nara IUwafs agtJt SlgUt1llO lIof v Commissioners Sale Butler Circuit Court W A Newton Etc Plaintiffs- vs G W Lynch Etc Dolts I will pursuant to R Judgment and order of sale of the Butler CIrcuit Cour on Monday the 4tl1 day of Jan 1909 same being County Court day to Ohio county at tie court nouso door III Hartford Icy sell at public auction to the ulglJOIt and bet bIdder the followIng property towit One house and lot iu the town ot- UoclclJOrt Ky Said lot is hounded ItS blows neginnlng at at stake Itt the South Fnst corner of It lot fit R stake In Long Street thence North 10 West 75 feet and S inches to n stake corner to D F OIb1l8 storehouse lot thence Wwt 10 South with tis line of the store tOUIIe lot 132 fet to a stako on Main Street tieoce South 10 shat with Matn Street 75 feet and 8 inchrfto a stake thence I beginiohtgthe Itockimrt Hotel is situated Also a lot of furniture and fixtures contained In said hotel- Said property will la sold to pay a debt Interest Bud oo amounting to 3201O and will bi sold on a credit of six months Tie purehoaer will be required to execute bond with approved personal securiy bearing Interest rom date with lien retained I G Y WILLIS M 0 DC C Notice I will handle at my Mato at Cen tortown Ky durlog the season or 1909 the famous Silver Cross Stall ion known tII the S D 11yera horse Your pairomago solicited F M ALLEN 22tf ConteltOI1 Ky Mrs Lottie Henry Dead The c1tzllfo of Hartford were sorry to have to wltnoes tile deiiarture- of Mrs LoWe Henry on December 10 1908 SIte moved to Ileaven at 4 p m We know as Paul says It was far better for her to depart and be with Christ but for us whoare left bohlnd It seemed meedfui that she abide In the fleshPhil 123 24 Our dear sister Jiad 1lnlsbed her course and kept the faith and will TO Sltlnts1Glory ot God Ono ot her noble deeds In Hartford was while a physical wreck she was time indication ot the Wom ens Aid purchasing an excellent bell for the M E colored church Which was very much needed and highly Bp predated She leaves I Joving hus band one dear sister and two brothr ers and a boat ot frleniis a t J tI rd liiI1LJiuthFtJ tJ NACtLuHE- AUQUAIZTERS S According to his usualcustom H Old KrisA Kringle hs established UH his headquarters at our Store His provisions for dispensing Christmas cheer to any and allclasses of humanity were never better Our store is crowded to its extreme limit m with Christmas Gifts for all ages and sizes You like to be remembered W you like to remember your friends YOUR PRESENTS CAN EASILY- BE SUPPLIED AT THIS STORE The simple as well the useful gifts for the children are here f The medium and attractive presents for Boys and Girls The substantial necessities for the Old Folks w r m The mostelaborilte and appreciative for the Young Ladies ndYoung WMen the short route to the e heart is through the stomach we have pro UAs in abundance Fruits Nuts Candies as wellas a complete line of t 1 of aU kindsu11 the whole list can be supplied from our stock We invite you IIIto come and see our showingn III our Doll Family We show quite a variety of dressed and undressed Dolls No one can fait to be satisfied We have dolls destructible and dolls indestructible China Dolls Bisque Dolls Jointed Dolls Patent Head Dolls Brass Head Dolls Dolls from 5c each up to 3- Dinner Sets Chamber Sets Bowls and Pitchers Glassware of every description that will appeal to every lover of beauty BooksI WBooks for boys and girls Books for grown up folks Bibles of all kinds Testa ments Post Card Albums and Picture Albums China Department U i Our decorated China department is uponJust I vating A few pieces in your home will be a joy forever We shoW quite an elaborate line of decorated Lamps from daaladsfromDecorated Vases from 50c each up to 5 Cake Plates Bowls Spills and Saucers Bisque Figures Hair Receiversfl Christmas Specialties Pictures Toilet Sets Manicure Sets i Comb ijrush and Tray Comb and Brush Sets Music Carriers Ink Stands Puff Boxes Wall Ppckets Military Sets Cloth Brush Hat Brush and Tray Hat Brush BoxesSmoking of 4011 I SortUare lie most festiv- Jtfes is alwayS appreciated by everybody A new Hat Dress Cloak SkirtJ Waist hJShoes collars belts I3eltPiris Gloves Handkerchiefs Furs Suit of Clothes Over coat Pants Tie Scarfs Shirt Suspenders Socks Hats and Caps and Umbrellas Ii Its all here L I k E Barnes Bros J iA- t BEt4VERDAM KY Ib L Jf H UB t-o r f 1 S J lratif I c iiiX rI o 1 JIHr ll nJll r tli frJ I K II Pr 1 to l1 IJ qYi rltLJ f fY d t